Soft Tissue Injuries
Soft tissue injuries are the most common type of injury resulting from a motor vehicle accident. A soft tissue injury is an injury to the body’s connective tissue: muscles, ligaments and tendons. “Whiplash” is a type of soft tissue injury where the muscles and ligaments are stretched due to the sudden impact from an accident. Whiplash typically affects the head, neck, and back. Car accidents can cause strain type injuries and even more serious injuries to the spine and other areas of the body.
Spinal manipulative therapy a.k.a. adjustments are used to put in motion back into the spine or extremity Cervical Mechanical
Traction, Spinal Decompression
Lumbar Mechanical Traction, Spinal Decompression
Treats herniated, bulging, and degenerative discs without surgery. State of the art technology gradually relieves neurocompression often associated with lower back pain. This process has been proven to relieve pain by enlarging disc space, reducing herniation and strengthening outer ligaments. It helps move herniated areas back into place, reversing high intradiscal pressures through application of negative pressure.