Advanced Back and Neck is here to help if you have been involved in a personal injury accident. What is a personal injury accident? That’s a good question, with more than one answer. A simple explanation is that it is an accident that happens through no fault of your own. Of course, there are several types of personal injury accidents best served by a personal injury chiropractor. Advanced Back & Neck Care specializes in a number of injuries and accidents related to personal injury claims. Whether it was an auto accident, sports injury, workplace accident, medical negligence, or product defect, chiropractic care can help improve long-term outcomes.
Types of Personal Injury Accidents
Traffic and Auto Accidents
We have a wealth of knowledge of not only what to look for but how to treat injuries related to auto accidents. People will often not realize that they are injured after an auto accident until symptoms start showing a month or sometimes years down the road. We will do a comprehensive exam to look for not only immediate injuries but also problems that could cause issues down the road.
Better safe than sorry when it comes to caring for even the most minor motor vehicle accident. When proper treatment is implemented for both short and long term care, you are likely to experience both immediate and long-lasting relief. What can you gain from personal injury chiropractic care?
- Reduction in pain
- Scar tissue prevention
- Restore and protect range of motion in joints
- Minimize long-term complications
We love sports, but not necessarily the injuries. Boasting years of experience helping athletes with their sports related injuries is great but what separates us from competitors is our love of sports. After working with athletes for years, we understand the need for high-quality treatment that will get the athlete back in the game quickly. Our goal is to help you get back to the competition you crave in the safest and fastest way possible. Sports-related injuries that respond well to chiropractic care include injuries to the joints, muscles, and ligaments. What types of sports injuries do you commonly see?
- Repetitive use injuries with running or swimming
- Ankle and knee sprains in jumping sports
- Sprains, strains and tears from contact sports
Common workplace injuries can make it difficult to perform your job and can even affect the quality of your life. Our team of experts is here to make sure you receive expert chiropractic care to speed up your recovery. What are some common workplace injuries?
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Neck and back injuries
Medical negligence is the result of a health care provider who does not follow protocol, and it causes the patient harm. Medical practitioners are expected to provide a certain level of care in specific circumstances. At Advance Back and Neck, we can provide you with the necessary diagnosis and treatment paperwork to demonstrate whether your injuries were caused by the negligence of the health care provider. What are some types of medical negligence injuries can a chiropractor treat?
- Childbirth injuries to the back and pelvic region
- Surgical errors that damage the musculoskeletal system
Product Defect Injuries
Product liability injuries are usually lumped into three categories.
- A defectively manufactured product- An error in how a product is made causes an injury. A new bicycle with no brake cable that causes you to wreck the bike and be injured is the result of a defectively made product.
- Defective product design- The whole line of products poses a threat due to a defective design. If the bike manufacturer decides a line of bikes should have no brakes, that would be a defective product design.
- Failure to provide warning or instructions- Manufacturers have an obligation to give fair warning about potential dangers of products. A new weight machine with no instructions has the potential to cause injury to joints, muscles or ligaments.
Slips and Falls
We also have extensive experience dealing with injuries that are often associated with slips and falls. Everything from injured ankles and knees to necks and backs, we can treat it all. We have a staff of incredibly accomplished and experienced chiropractors that can help to make sure that your neck and back are treated properly. Aside from the chiropractors, whose treatments will also help with knee and ankle pain, we also employ full-time physical therapists to help you fully recover from your injury.
Arizona Statute of Limitations
Arizona has a law called a “statute of limitations” that limits the amount of time you can take your personal injury case to court. Any court case filed after an accident or injury must be done within two years. Advanced Back and Neck has experience handling the paperwork that you will need to demonstrate your injuries are best treated by a personal injury chiropractor. Our team understands which injuries require specific treatments that realign bones and balance muscles to provide pain reduction and prevent further injury.
Will your Personal Injury Claim Cover Chiropractic Care?
Certain types of accidents are more prone to including chiropractic care as part of a treatment program. Sudden impacts caused by car accidents or sporting events usually benefit from personal injury chiropractic care. Advanced Back and Neck is on your side to help you prove to the courts or insurance companies that the symptoms, treatments, and cost were necessary. As long as the paperwork makes it clear that the treatment was/is “reasonably necessary,” your claim should be covered.
Ways Advanced Back and Neck Treats Personal Injury in Arizona
At Advanced Back and Neck Care, we offer Arizona residents a safe, holistic approach to naturally treat personal injuries. Our experienced team uses a variety of approaches to help patients. Massage and physical therapy are offered along with chiropractic care. An anesthesiologist is on staff to administer cortisone injections. We are a complete pain management clinic that is here to get you back on your feet and to give you the tools you need to maintain a pain-free lifestyle. Contact Advanced Back and Neck today to request an appointment by calling us at (480) 409-3670.