Chiropractic Rehabilitation for Auto Accident Injuries
Auto Accident Chiropractor in Tulsa: It is critical that you seek care from Tulsa chiropractor, Dr. Howard Boos immediately after a car accident; allowing the effects of whiplash to go untreated can induce long-term pain. The severity of the physical effects of a car accident are not always felt immediately. It can take days, weeks or even months for major symptoms to show up, which is why chiropractic care is essential to maintaining the health of a spine that has suffered a trauma.
Common Conditions After an Auto Accident
- Neck pain or lower back pain
- Tinging, numbness or pain in the limbs
- Loss of range of motion
- Dizziness, headaches or blurred vision
- Trouble walking
Treatments for Auto Accident Injuries at Boos Chiropractic Spine Tulsa
Chiropractic Adjustments: Chiropractic adjustments provide effective pain relief from a wide variety of conditions. We specialize in providing gentle, safe and effective chiropractic care to patients of all ages. Spinal adjustments correct the alignment, motion and function of the vertebral joint.
Cold Laser Therapy: Cold laser therapy utilizes low level laser light to reduce inflammation and improve circulation to damaged tissue.
Physical Rehabilitation Exercises: Custom stretching and exercise programs are devised to strengthen damaged muscle in order to restore proper health.
Working with Insurance (Auto Accident Rehabilitation is Often Covered with Zero Out of Pocket Expense)
Our office works with many types of insurance. Our office can counsel you on how to file a personal injury claim, or you can review our insurance information page for more details.
Personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is mandatory for nearly all auto insurance policies. With PIP coverage in place, you and all the passengers in the car are insured regardless of who is at fault for an accident (typically up to $15,000). It also covers you if you are a pedestrian or a cyclist. PIP insurance covers medical expenses and lost wages and will pay for your care of injuries, including costs and co-pays for chiropractic care, out-of-pocket prescription costs, or other similar costs.