3 Facts About Chiropractic Care and Personal Injury
Meta: Discover 3 facts about how chiropractic care applies to personal injury. Learn if chiropractic care is the right choice for you as you seek to heal from personal injury.
Personal injury can disrupt your life. Dr. Llaird Likens offers treatment that is non-invasive and that doesn’t require medications so you can restore your quality of life and feel better.
In this post we will cover:
- The most common personal injuries that chiropractors treat
- How chiropractors treat personal injuries
- How to pay for chiropractic care
If you have pain or loss of mobility from a personal injury, this article is going to help you understand how chiropractic care can help you feel better.
Most common personal injuries that chiropractors treat
You might be able to guess that car accidents are the biggest source of personal injuries. Next on the list you’ll find slips and falls. Accidents that happen at work or even while playing sports are common as well. And, in Northwest Florida, we see our share of boating and pedestrian accidents as well. You can even find yourself with a personal injury just from sitting down at work all day.
The most common conditions chiropractors treat that are the result of personal injuries are:
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Herniated disc
- Impinged nerves
- Muscle cramps and spasms
How chiropractors treat personal injuries
Chiropractors treat personal injuries by first performing a thorough medical examination. Dr. Llaird Likens has been treating personal injury for over 18 years in Northwest Florida. His certification in the Assessment and Grading of Personal Injury allows him to diagnose and plan treatment expertly. He will create a personalized treatment plan just for you.
Dr. Likens treats personal injuries with a mixture of spinal manipulation, acupuncture, applied kinesiology, nutritional support and lifestyle changes. Once you begin to heal, Dr. Likens will adjust your particular treatment plan accordingly. This holistic approach is non-invasive and can help avoid medication and surgery.
Who pays for chiropractic care
Chiropractic care has steadily gained popularity in America because it is holistic, non-invasive and truly helps people feel better. The good news is that many insurance plans cover chiropractic care. Chiropractic care is typically covered by auto insurance in the event of an auto accident. Many military veterans are eligible for chiropractic care as part of a Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) initiative. Dr. Llaird Likens also offers affordable self-pay options along with same-day, walk-in chiropractic appointments.
If you are experiencing any pain from a personal injury and you live in Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Midway or Mary Esther please call us! Dr. Llaird Likens will be happy to help you become pain free and get back to a high quality of life!