When to See Our Chiropractor for a Spinal Injury
If you have recently experienced spinal trauma, you’ve probably been told that each one of these injuries is very different from the others. That means that it can be difficult to tell someone what type of treatment they should have without first doing a thorough examination. With us at Rumley Family Chiropractic in Winter Park, FL, we know a lot about spinal injuries and when you should see our chiropractor for help.
If You Get Recommended to Start Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic care is meant to be a companion to traditional medical care. It cannot take the place of a hospital in the case of many spinal injuries. Make sure your doctor is aware that you’re seeing our chiropractor and tell your chiropractor about all past and future medical procedures and surgeries.
If You Want Chiropractic Care in Order to Become Healthier
Sessions, with treatments such as adjustments and massage therapy, can help you to control pain and get more movement from your joints and muscles. Chiropractic care can also help your body to heal faster, especially if paired with at-home exercises and the right foods. These results might not be immediate, however. While most patients report that a single session will help with immediate pain, the pain will come back if you do not continue with chiropractic care.
If You Believe You Have a Spinal Injury
If you are suffering from neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, or many other types of pain, it may be a sign you have sustained a spinal injury. This can be especially true if you work at a computer a lot, lift weights, or have recently been in an auto accident. All of these can be signs your spine has been injured in some way. If you believe you have been injured, visit with our chiropractor to make sure that your spine is healthy and to form a treatment plan if it is not.
Contact Us for More Information on Spinal Trauma
If you live in Winter Park, FL and you’re dealing with spinal injuries, give our office a call at (407) 277-0046 Rumley Family Chiropractic. Our chiropractor will work with you and your other medical care professionals to develop a treatment plan that is right for you.