Our licensed and trained chiropractor in Spanish Fork is skilled and educated on rehabilitation therapy to help a patient regain normal daily activities. These therapies can include electric stimulation, ultrasound, stretching, exercises and other methods to help patients improve range of motion, stability and strength.
Auto accident injuries are multifaceted in nature and require a more in depth approach. We have found that rehabilitation in conjunction with Spanish Fork Chiropractic adjustments helps people injured in car accidents recover faster with longer lasting results and better outcomes.
Free 30 Minute Massage
If you've been in a car accident within the past 45 days
Common reasons for Spanish Fork chiropractic rehab therapy:
- Pain from injury sustained in an accident
- Sports injury, such as after a fall or injury
- Rehabilitation after joint or muscle surgery
- Joint and ligament injuries
- Neck/ back pain
- Multiple sclerosis, arthritis and spinal cord pain
When it comes to treating pain, promoting healing, preventing injuries and even avoiding long-term disabilities, our chiropractic rehab therapy helps restore muscle movement, alleviate pain and strengthen current muscles.
Why see a Chiropractor in Spanish Fork After Accident?
Chiropractic care and treatment is a vital part a patient’s rehabilitation after a car accident. It is non-invasive and drug-free, working with the body to heal itself. Spinal adjustments can help realign the vertebrae to alleviate pressure on the discs in between the vertebrae, helping to reduce inflammation and thus reduce the pain of slipped discs. Keeping the joints loose and flexible is imperative to the healing processes. After an accident or injury, muscles tend to tighten around joints, putting pressure on ligaments and tendons which surround the joints. A Spanish Fork car accident chiropractor can use adjustments to improve the flexibility of the joints in an affected area, reduce the swelling and tightness of muscles, and ease the tension that strain and injury places on tendons and ligaments.