Being in a car accident can be a difficult reality to manage on many levels. From the actual fear it can induce, to the financial loss and inconvenience, to the injuries it can create. Which is where our ICBC care in Langley comes in to help alleviate some of that discomfort.
A chiropractor can deliver a plethora of benefits after a car accident, helping with – not only immediate pain, but also underlying tissue damage you may not know has been created by a sudden impact.
Allow us to further explain…
How a Chiropractor Can Help After a Car Accident
Chiropractic care can help after a car accident by addressing musculoskeletal injuries, such as neck and back pain, that may result from the impact of the accident. Chiropractors use a variety of techniques, such as spinal manipulation, to realign the spine and reduce pain and inflammation. They can also provide exercises and stretches to help improve range of motion and strengthen the muscles that support the spine. Additionally, chiropractors may use modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and ice/heat therapy to help manage pain and promote healing.
Our chiropractic team is very well suited to helping all types of musculoskeletal injuries, as well as address your headaches and manage shoulder, wrist and hip discomfort.
ICBC Care in Langley
As discussed on our ICBC care page…
In the unfortunate event where you or a loved one gets into a motor vehicle accident (MVA), the chiropractors at Willoughby Family Chiropractic are able to help you get through your pain and injuries with coverage through ICBC. As part of the claim process, you can choose chiropractic care for a set of visits to help you get back to functioning pain free throughout the day.
Our chiropractic adjustments and soft tissue skills can help alleviate discomfort and restore proper function, while stretches and exercises we demonstrate are tailored to your specific needs which can be done at home.
I, along with our entire Willoughby Family Chiropractic Clinic team, are here to help you through an understandably difficult time. We look forward to meeting with you and journeying with you through your recovery.
Dr. Mitch Spooner
*Please Note: Our RMT’s do not treat patients with ICBC claims.