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Car Accident - See A Chiropractor - Envista Medical

It’s estimated that more than 7.3 million Americans will report experiencing a motor vehicle accident in 2019 based on recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration findings, and about 2.5 million of those involved will unfortunately be injured.  After the immediate emergency of the situation, ensuring a fast recovery has everything to do with quickly receiving an accurate diagnosis of injury and appropriate care. When it comes to successful recuperation after an accident, could calling a chiropractor be your best bet?

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The vast majority of runners suffered injuries and lost training every year. Chiropractic therapy can help prevent running injuries by bringing the body into proper alignment and balancing the distribution of pressure.

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Getting Back to Work After Experiencing Whiplash Bakersfield, CA

Whiplash is a neck condition that is incredibly common in the United States. Let’s look at the nature of the injury, along with treatment via chiropractic care and physical therapy.

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Tips for Exercising with Back Pain Bakersfield, CA

Back pain may make you feel like resting and staying off your feet, but stretching and exercise will actually help to alleviate the pain and assist the body’s natural healing response. Stretching is specifically powerful to prevent reinjury.

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These 4 Exercises Can Lead to Injury Bakersfield, CA

As we all know, exercise is essential to good health, but (ironically enough) workout injury is incredibly common.It’s easy to damage your body while performing exercises if any of the joints involved don’t have enough range of motion, says New York City physical therapist Allison McGinnis.

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Injured in a Car Accident? Seek an Immediate Medical Evaluation Bakersfield, CA

It’s not always easy to think clearly when you get into a car accident. A natural response is to want everything to get back to normal, but injuries often occur that aren’t immediately apparent.

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