Category Archives: Whiplash

Car Accident Injuries, Whiplash | Nov 11, 2015

Chiropractic Treatment For Whiplash Injuries In Tucker

Have you or someone you love recently been involved in an auto accident? If so, you and those who were involved in the accident should schedule an examination with one of our Tucker Chiropractors, right away. Whiplash is one of the most common injuries car accident victims suffer from and its symptoms are often mistaken, […]

Whiplash | Dec 28, 2016

How Whiplash Affects Your Ability To Live Your Normal Life

Whiplash Injury is one of the most common neck conditions that develops as a result of an auto accident. It develops after the impact of a car accident when your neck is thrown back and forth or side to side, outside of a healthy range of motion. This type of neck condition significantly affects your […]

Whiplash | Jan 6, 2017

Treat Whiplash Injury Naturally With Tucker Chiropractic Care

Auto accidents or collisions are, unfortunately, a natural part of our everyday life. The consequences of an auto accident can range from suffering minor bruises and Whiplash to permanent disability. For those who do sustain Whiplash Injury, most patients are led to believe that their symptoms nothing to be concerned over. The reality is, Whiplash […]

Whiplash | Jan 16, 2017

Understanding The Health Risks Involved With Not Treating Whiplash

If an auto¬†accident victim is diagnosed with a slight Whiplash Injury, it is possible to effectively treat the associated symptoms within a few weeks or less. However, Whiplash does have the potential to lead to chronic pain and other conditions that can linger for months, if not several years. Patients may have a higher chance […]

Car Accident Injuries, Car Accident Injuries, Whiplash | Apr 28, 2017

Get the Facts on Whiplash and Chiropractic Treatment

If you were recently involved in a car accident, it is possible you are still suffering from Whiplash.

Car Accident Injuries, Whiplash | Oct 11, 2017

Low-Speed Car Accidents Can Still Cause Whiplash Injury

More than half of all Whiplash Injuries are caused by low-speed car accidents. Most patients who experience minor fender benders walk away from their experiences without noticing any pain. Because of this, they will continue with their routine until suddenly, they find themselves suffering from stiffness, recurring headaches, and other symptoms.