Causes of Chronic Pain after Car Crashes In Aloha, OR

Causes of Chronic Pain after Car Crashes

Each year, there are millions of auto accidents in the world, and a substantial number of men and women get injured in a collision. Although most collisions are "minor," chronic spine pain are still common health issues. The good news is that chiropractic care is a very good way to address these kinds of injuries.

We've helped many auto collision patients in our Aloha / Beaverton, OR office, and Oregon Medical Centers has been helping people with these types of injuries since 1990. During a collision, your body is subjected to large forces that it simply wasn't built to handle. These forces place strain and stress on your neck, shoulder, and back, and can cause injury to the ligaments that hold your spine together. A collision can cause a vast array of pain symptoms.

A ligament tear in the neck can trigger pain, swelling, and radicular pain in the arm and hand. Chiropractic works well for these types of injuries, because chiropractic focuses on restoring the healthy function and flexibility of the injured areas.

Oregon Medical Centers Can Help Clients Recover From an Auto Accident

Oregon Medical Centers, your Aloha / Beaverton, OR chiropractor, can help by decreasing inflammation in the damaged area and can help minimize the formation of scar tissue that can cause chronic pain and disability.

You don't have to suffer from auto injury pain. Learn more about how we can help you recover or call Oregon Medical Centers today at (503) 642-2845.

September 17, 2018
Doctor Sunita Bhasin, Aloha & Salem, OR

Dr. Sunita Bhasin, D.C.

Dr. Bhasin grew up in Southern California and did her undergraduate work in pre-med at California State University Northridge, as well as Humboldt State University in California. Dr. Bhasin attended the University of Western States in Portland Oregon where she earned her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. Dr. Bhasin has passed her National boards and her State Boards. Dr. Bhasin loves helping people and finds great joy helping injured people get out of pain and get their life back again. She has helped thousands of patients.