Auto Injury Massage
Auto Injury Massage
Car accidents can impact your body for decades to come if you don't seek proper medical care immediately. Even auto accidents as slow as 5mph can cause unseen damage to your internal structures. Massage therapy after a car accident has been shown to increase healing time, and decrease pain and inflammation. People who receive regular massage therapy after an auto accident experienced less pain one year later than those who did not.
Auto injury massage
Auto accidents greatly impact the body. Whiplash can occur at speeds as slow as 5mph, and occurs when the neck is quickly sent forward, and then whips backwards. Symptoms of whiplash include headaches, neck pain, head, shoulders, back, and arms. Some people may also experience dizziness, difficulty focusing, muscle spasms, nerve injuries, the sensation of pins and needles, troubles sleeping, a stiff neck, and tenderness in the affected areas.
Many people also report lower back pain after a car accident. The seatbelt puts uneven pressure on our hips and low back in the event of an accident, resulting in an imbalance as your body attempts to reach homeostasis afterwards.
We start each motor vehicle accident massage with an in-dept intake to really discover what happened and how we can best help you. Working with your primary care provider or referring Chiropractor, we'll create a custom plan to address the musculoskeletal issues that are causing you pain. Massage therapy will also decrease inflammation throughout the affected areas, giving you more range of motion and flexibility. Depending on your health history, we may also use cupping therapy. We'll check back in every few weeks to make sure we're on track and making good progress with the goal of getting you back to your pre-accident self.
Prescription required. $43.75 per 15 minute unit. Please bring with you the auto insurance company name, policy number, address and phone number; incident claim number, date of accident, and the adjustor's name and phone number. All prices on website listed as cash payment at time of service.