Whiplash Treatment in Garden City, MI

Perhaps the most dangerous aspect of whiplash is the time it takes for the individual to recognize or address that there is even an issue. Whiplash is often a result of motor vehicle accidents or high impact sports where your head is susceptible to intense movements, like football or boxing. Without early whiplash injury treatment, you will likely start to feel the injury manifest through other painful symptoms.

Understanding Whiplash

Whiplash occurs when the head and neck are forced backward and forward suddenly. This movement puts the cervical spine through extreme stresses and drastically-quick motions. While whiplash involves injury to the head and neck, it can result in a myriad of issues such as damaged or pinched nerves, spinal injuries, torn ligaments, and muscles, among other upper body ailments.

If you are experiencing extreme neck and upper body pain, decreased range of motion, ringing in the ears, headaches, or blurred vision, it is very likely you have sustained whiplash. As these can be fairly common symptoms from any range of activities, they are often overlooked and not addressed.

Whiplash Treatment

Recognizing and Addressing Whiplash

At Michigan Chiropractic Specialists we are experienced at diagnosing and treating whiplash. We’ll assess your symptoms, complete health history, ask about recent and older injuries, as well as use x-rays, CT scans, MRIs or other tests to create a treatment plan tailored to you specifically.

However, if you sense something may be wrong with your head, neck, and shoulders after experiencing intense contact, you should contact Michigan Chiropractic Specialists right away. Our noninvasive whiplash injury treatment focuses on pain relief and returning a range of motion. There are a variety of treatments we use. They include muscle stimulation or relaxation, adjustments, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes.

We want to ensure your full recovery. It’s your life, live it in health. Call us today and let Michigan Chiropractic Specialists help you have a better quality of life.