Henderson, NV Chiropractic Auto Accident Treatment

Henderson, NV auto injury recovery and treatment by Dr. Russell and Dr. JandaEvery year, there are millions of auto collisions in the world, and a substantial number of men and women get injured in a car wreck. While most crashes are "minor," chronic back and neck pain are still common health issues. The good news is that chiropractic is a great way to address these kinds of injuries.

We have helped many auto collision patients in our Henderson, NV office, and Dr. Russell and Dr. Janda has been treating people with these types of injuries since 1990. During a crash, your body is exposed to large forces that it simply wasn't built to deal with. These forces place stress and strain on your neck, shoulder, and back, and can result in damage to the ligaments that hold your spine together. A crash can trigger a wide range of pain problems.

A ligament tear in the neck can result in pain, swelling, and radicular symptoms in the arm and hand. Chiropractic works well for these types of problems, because chiropractic concentrates on restoring the healthy function and flexibility of the injured tissues.

Dr. Russell and Dr. Janda Can Help People Recover From an Auto Injury

Dr. Russell and Dr. Janda, your Henderson, NV chiropractor, can help by reducing inflammation in the damaged area and can help decrease the creation of scar tissue that can cause chronic pain and disability.

You don't have to suffer from auto injury pain. Learn more about how we can help you recover or call Dr. Russell and Dr. Janda today at (702) 990-2225.

August 06, 2018
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At Advanced Spine & Rehabilitation, based in Henderson and Las Vegas Nevada, we strive to go beyond the expected to deliver the most positive patient encounter possible. Chiropractic care brings relief to patients who have previously been living in pain, without the harmful effects of drugs or surgery. Our Henderson chiropractors can explain how chiropractic can add years to your life and life to your years.