Auto Injury

Oak Brook Medical Group

Auto Injury Treatment in Oak Brook, IL

Car accidents can happen to anyone at any time. Whether you are involved in a major collision or a minor fender bender, you may suffer physical injuries. Immediate treatment will help you with cuts, bruises, broken bones, and other apparent injuries. However, chiropractic care may be necessary to address the lasting effects of an accident.

It’s vital to consult an auto injury chiropractor in Oak Brook to ensure any lingering injuries don’t affect you permanently. Call the Oak Brook Medical Group team today or reach out using our online form.

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Why should I be evaluated after an auto accident?

Modern vehicles are designed with excellent safety features to protect the people inside during accidents, but physical injuries frequently still occur, especially to the neck and back. The tremendous and sudden forces your body endures in even a low-impact accident can throw your spine out of alignment and cause subtle soft tissue injuries that may take weeks, months, or years to manifest as pain or disability.

Getting evaluated by a car accident chiropractor can help:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Treat acute and chronic pain
  • Restore mobility
  • Decrease visible scar tissue
  • Accelerate the healing process

Contact Oak Brook

Are you suffering from the after-effects of an auto accident? Contact the Oak Brook Medical Group team today to have your injuries assessed and treated with an individualized treatment plan. Fill out the online booking form or call our friendly office staff at 630-317-7478 to schedule an appointment today.

Auto Injury Q & A

What injuries might I have after an auto accident?

In addition to obvious injuries – such as fractures, bruises, and wounds – auto accident victims could have or develop other internal injuries. Symptoms of common injuries that may take weeks to months to develop include:

  • Whiplash injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Neck pain
  • Concussions
  • Headaches
  • Internal bleeding
  • Herniated Discs
  • Dislocated joints
  • Muscle stiffness

You might also experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which includes nightmares, flashbacks, and mood changes. Be sure to contact the doctors at Oak Brook Medical Group if you experience any unusual symptoms after your car accident.

Seeking chiropractic treatment immediately following an auto accident allows you to be treated before the car accident injuries become more severe and debilitating.

How do chiropractors treat auto injuries?

The experts at Oak Brook Medical Group operate under the philosophy that your body can heal once your spine is aligned and your body’s systems work optimally and harmoniously. They conduct a thorough physical examination and order imaging tests to help identify any misalignments in your spine, soft tissue injuries, or other problems.

If they determine that you need treatment, they may recommend one or more of the following supportive therapies:

  • Spinal decompression
  • Chiropractic adjustments
  • Spinal adjustments
  • Muscle stimulation
  • Physical therapy
  • Dietary adjustments
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage therapy

These therapies help do such things as alleviate pressure on the spine, align the spine, strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, relieve pain, and promote circulation. Dietary adjustments can provide supplements and foods that nourish tissues for better healing and relief.

Why Should I See a Chiropractor After an Auto Accident?

It’s essential to visit a chiropractor after being in an auto accident, even if you don’t feel any pain or discomfort at the time. Car accidents can put significant strain on your body, leading to misalignments and soft tissue damage that might worsen over time if left untreated. By going to a chiropractor, you can get an assessment of your injuries, receive treatment to promote healing, and reduce the risk of any long-term pain or disability.

How many chiropractor sessions do you need to treat auto injuries?

It entirely depends on the severity and age of the injuries. If you seek medical attention right after a crash, you can expect quicker pain relief and faster recovery in a few sessions. However, if you wait to consult with chiropractic doctors for months or years following a crash, you might need ongoing sessions to alleviate symptoms and heal the underlying cause.

Do chiropractors relieve the nerve pain caused by auto Accidents?

Yes, chiropractors can relieve nerve pain, whether it’s a result of a car crash, or something else like sports injuries, aging, or medical conditions. Skilled chiropractors can use several physical techniques to find and correct the pinched nerve. It’s essential to see a chiropractor if you experience symptoms such as numbness, tingling, or pain.

Is holistic chiropractic care a good option for treating auto injuries?

Besides physical injuries, a car accident can also have a mental impact on your mind, which can be addressed with holistic chiropractic care. Our auto accident injury chiropractors in Oak Brook focus on treating patients, not just treating injuries. They will create a personalized treatment plan to address all issues affecting the mind and body.

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Physical Therapy

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Massage Therapy

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