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Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center of Phoenix Offers Focused Care and Treatments for Auto Accident Injuries


Posted on: 02 Oct 16

PHOENIX, Oct. 02, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With monsoon season in full swing, Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center would like to remind Arizona residents that rainy conditions are one of the biggest contributors to auto accidents which oftentimes result in injuries. Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center offers specialized treatments and spinal screenings for car accident injuries including whiplash.

Rainy weather inevitably contributes to more auto accidents, and the monsoon season in Arizona can be particularly hazardous. After long dry spells, rain hitting the pavement makes the roads immediately slick. This is due to both the rainwater and the buildup of oil and other residue that accumulates on the road’s surface.

If drivers are unprepared or are driving too aggressively for the conditions, they are far more likely to hydroplane and spin out of control. Heavy rain during a monsoon also dramatically decreases visibility, contributing to increased auto accidents and car accident injuries.

The most common auto accidents include whiplash and injuries to the back, neck, head and spine. Symptoms can include chronic pain, headaches and migraines that arise and persist in the days and weeks following an auto accident.

Whiplash following an auto accident usually involves neck and back pain due to being propelled rapidly forward and backward after impact. Pinched nerves, herniated discs, misaligned vertebrae and torn muscles may also result. In some cases, an accumulation of internal scar tissue can make it impossible to heal normally without treatment.

Fortunately, the Phoenix chiropractor at Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center is experienced in treating auto accident injuries at their root so that a more rapid recovery is possible. Chiropractic treatments for auto accident injuries can also assist with pain relief and a return to one’s normal daily activities and quality of life.

Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Centers offers natural, effective, non-surgical relief for the injuries that can result from collision trauma to the human skeleton and muscular system. This trauma can result in extremity pain or tingling, chronic headaches, arm pain, numbness, loss of dexterity, vision problems, TMJ, muscle wasting and balance disorders.

Early treatment is crucial to its success; therefore auto accident victims should see a chiropractor as soon as possible. Chiropractic treatments and adjustments may include spinal decompression for herniated discs, corrective and strengthening exercises, massage therapy and other specialized techniques which contribute to muscle strength, flexibility, nutrient absorption and healing.

Dr. Roxane Zamora says, “An auto accident is a major trauma to the entire musculoskeletal system. At Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center, we bring both experience and compassion to car accident injury treatment.”

Imagine Wellness Chiropractic Center is located in Suite #22 at 822 East Union Hills Drive in Phoenix, Arizona. Those in the area who have sustained a car accident injury may book an appointment by calling (623) 300-1112. Additional information about the Phoenix chiropractic clinic is also available on their website at http://www.imaginewellnesschiropractic.com/.

GlobeNewswire
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Last updated on: 03/10/2016

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