Car Accident Chiropractor Salem, Oregon
Did you know that approximately one in three people involved in a car accident experience symptoms of whiplash? If you have recently suffered injuries from an automobile accident and are in need of a whiplash chiropractor in Salem, Oregon, don’t wait any longer and allow our team at Oregon Medical Centers to help you.
One of the most important things we want to make Oregonians aware of is that in the case of an automobile accident, PIP (Personal Injury Protection) is Oregon’s version of no-fault insurance. “It allows you and your passengers, no matter who caused an accident, to have insurance coverage for “reasonable and necessary” medical services incurred within two years after the date of an injury up t a maximum of $15,000.” This means that your insurance in Oregon will cover medically necessary services such as chiropractic care.
For those seeking a car accident chiropractor in Salem, OR, start your recovery by calling our office today at (503) 390-1552.
Being involved in a car accident is a frightening experience, and the emotional and physical pain that follows can be just as discomforting. During a crash, your body is exposed to violent forces that can injure the delicate anatomical structures of your body. Even if you walk away from an accident without immediate pain, it can take hours, days, or even weeks for it to appear. Dr. Sunita Bhasin and the staff at Oregon Medical Centers are trained to diagnose and treat these types of injuries. Our team of professional car accident chiropractors in Salem, Oregon understand how stressful the period following a car accident can be, which is why we strive to make your entire treatment process as comfortable and pleasant as can be.
Common symptoms of whiplash include:
- Neck pain and stiffness
- Reduced mobility in neck
- Headaches or migraines
- Pain in shoulders, upper/lower back, and/or arms
If you want to resolve any of these symptoms, book your same-day appointment now!
Some of the most common car accident injuries include:
- Neck injuries, including whiplash
- Chest injuries that can cause pain for long periods of time
- Lower back injuries that can linger for weeks, if not months
- Head injuries, such as nerve pinches and compressions and muscle tension