Whiplash Care In Lancaster, CA
Forty-three per cent of patients will suffer long-term symptoms following “whiplash” injury! Chiropractic care in the Lancaster and Palmdale California area can help you deal with the neck pain, neck stiffness, decreased range of motion and headaches associated with whiplash.
Other symptoms of whiplash that chiropractors treat include pain into the shoulder, elbow, wrist or hand. Modern Chiropractic is scientifically proven to be effective in treating whiplash. According to The Journal of Orthopedic Medicine chiropractic care is a superior treatment for patients suffering from long term whiplash.
Whiplash Injuries are often misdiagnosed!
Traditional diagnostic procedures like X-Ray and MRI do not always provide enough information about an injury. As a result, patients may not get the appropriate treatment they need for their injury.
We Can Help
“I had pain after the accident, my neck hurt, I had a headache, my back hurt. I knew I had whiplash”
The doctors at Frye Chiropractic have treated hundreds of Antelope Valley and Lancaster residents that have been in vehicle accidents – cars, trucks, motorcycles, bikes and pedestrian. If you have been in an auto accident, you need a doctor trained in the biomechanics of the human body; a doctor who treats these injuries every day as we do.
A common complaint of auto accident victims is that they don’t feel like their normal selves. You may also be experiencing obvious pains and symptoms like muscle stiffness or spasm, neck pain, headaches, numbness and tingling, back pain, difficulty sleeping, irritability, memory loss, fatigue, difficulty concentrating and other difficulties. Or worse than that, you may be injured and feel nothing at all. This could well be due to soft tissue injuries and that is something that does not show up on a MRI.
For more serious accident injuries, we work with a complete network of spine surgeons, orthopedists, neurologists, therapists and neuropsychologists. This team approach allows us to manage and treat multiple and complex injuries simultaneously.
If you have been in an accident, call us and schedule an appointment. Many patients come directly to our office instead of going to the emergency room. We will do a thorough examination and take X-Rays to determine if there is any structural as well as soft tissue damage. Then we will design a specific treatment plan and explain it to you step-by-step.