Posted by: Kisling, Nestico & Redick, LLC
Car accidents are hardly at the top of anyone’s list of fun things to do, and matters are always made worse when physical injuries result from them. Back injuries are one of the most common injuries people suffer in car accidents, and they’re also one of the most inconvenient to manage. This is why it’s crucial to seek medical attention after a car accident, whether you’re in any physical pain or not. Sometimes a chiropractor can help relieve your pain after a car accident or used to supplement tropical medical care.
It can be difficult to know what treatments will be effective for car accident injuries, and how to pay for the care you need. At Kisling, Nestico, and Redick, our team of Ohio personal injury lawyers know what’s it like to deal with these injuries and how to recover the compensation you are entitled to. Let us review your situation, explain your options, and handle your insurance claim.
Common Car Accident Injuries That Chiropractors Can Help With?
Since car accidents often jostle your body around you’re very likely to suffer soft tissue or joint damage. Some of the most common injuries people sustain during a car accident are broken bones, herniated discs, whiplash, chest pain, neck and shoulder pain, strains, sprains, back and spinal cord injuries, and knee pain and trauma.
Fortunately, these are also all injuries a chiropractor can treat.
Promptly seeing a chiropractor after a car accident can accelerate the healing process and help you avoid chronic pain often seen after a car accident. The force of impact in a car accident can leave the musculoskeletal system in serious disarray, especially the vulnerable spinal cord. The spinal cord is somewhat like the “center” of your body, as all other bones in your body depend on a healthily aligned spine to move and function properly.
Chiropractic care is a nice alternative to traditional medical care in the aftermath of a car accident. This is because chiropractors will address the underlying, core issue rather than prescribe painkillers or recommend surgery right away. In addition to realigning the spine, chiropractic care can also relieve nerve pain or misalignment, and restore a body’s full range of motion over the long term.
Is Chiropractic Care Covered by My Insurance?
In many personal injury cases, the at-fault party’s auto insurance company will pay the medical expenses. This includes any necessary, accident-related medical costs, such as chiropractic care.
While some juries doubt the necessity of chiropractic care that doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll be prohibited from recovering compensation.
Chiropractors in Ohio
In Ohio, there are several excellent chiropractors who specialize in post-car accident injury treatment. Here a sample of chiropractors in major Ohio cities:
- Akron – Accident Injury Center of Akron, UH Sharon Health Center, Stow-Kent Chiropractic Clinic, Ellet Injury Center, Dunn Chiropractic
- Cincinnati – Accident Care and Wellness Center of Cincinnati, Academy Chiropractic Clinic, Mt. Lookout Chiropractic, Cincinnati Chiropractic, LLC, Wells Chiropractic, Ohio Pain & Injury
- Cleveland – All Health Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center, Kamms Corners Chiropractic, Dreas Healthcare Services, Allied Health & Chiropractic
- Columbus – Town & Country Chiropractic, Columbus Injury & Rehab Center, Northtown Chiropractic, Airrosti
- Toledo – Fairwood Chiropractic & Physical Therapy, Toledo Injury Center, Foundation Chiropractic Clinic, Glass City Spine & Rehab, The Joint Chiropractic
How Kisling, Nestico, and Redick Can Help You
We know just how damaging a back injury sustained during a car accident can be to one’s physical, mental, and emotional health. For over 15 years, we’ve been protecting the rights injured Ohioans. No one should have to go through a personal injury alone, and with Kisling, Nestico, & Redick, you don’t have to.
Our firm has over 500 years of combined legal experience, 35 attorneys, and 11 offices ready to fight for your rights. Let us review what happened, help get you the medical care you need, and fight to recover the compensation you deserve.