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Exercising After a Whiplash Injury

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After being involved in an automobile accident, spinal injuries, such as whiplash, can commonly occur. While it’s important to seek immediate treatment for any possible injuries or complications, exercising can also be a treatment option for recovering from minor auto injuries.

As a matter of fact, individuals who have experienced injuries as a result of an automobile accident can greatly benefit from exercise treatments recommended by a medical professional, such as a chiropractor or physiotherapist. Chiropractic doctors can also use spinal adjustments and manual manipulation to help enhance the effectiveness of exercise therapies and speed up the rehabilitation process of whiplash or other spine-related injuries. Patients with chronic pain due to a previous whiplash injury can also benefit from chiropractic care and exercise therapies. Depending on the individual’s severity of the injury, following the proper exercises recommended by a chiropractor or other medical specialist is important in order to avoid further injuries. Seeking chiropractic treatment after suffering an auto collision is essential to restore an individual’s overall health and wellness as well as to reduce symptoms of pain and discomfort in the future. 

Dr. Alex Jimenez D.C.,C.C.S.T’s insight:

Exercise can be a beneficial treatment option for rehabilitating spinal injuries or conditions, including whiplash injuries as a result of an automobile accident. A chiropractor or other medical specialist should diagnose and assess the level of a person’s injury in order to recommend the appropriate set of exercises to improve and treat an injury or condition and its symptoms. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900. 

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