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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I receive mobile chiropractic treatment for my car accident injuries?

Eligibility for chiropractic care after a car accident will depend on the location of the visit and the degree of injuries sustained. Please contact us to discuss your specific situation.


What Treatments Are Available for Car Accident Injuries?

Chiropractic care for motor vehicle injuries may include manipulation, electrotherapy, myofascial release, laser therapy and exercises. 

Can I Schedule an Appointment Online for Treatment After a Car Accident?

After your eligibility has been confirmed by Dr. DeFries, you can schedule your appointments online.

Do You Work with Lawyers for Motor Vehicle Injury Cases?

Yes, we work with most lawyers to coordinate care and provide the necessary documentation for motor vehicle injury cases. This collaboration ensures a smooth process for patients seeking legal assistance.

Is High Intensity Laser Therapy Effective for Car Accident Injuries?

High Intensity Laser Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can be highly effective in reducing inflammation and accelerating recovery for injuries sustained in car accidents.

How Soon Should I Seek Chiropractic Care After a Motor Vehicle Accident?

It's advisable to seek chiropractic care as soon as possible after a motor vehicle accident. Early treatment can help identify and address injuries, even those that may not be immediately apparent.

What Information Do I Need to Provide for Treatment of Car Accident Injuries?

Please complete the online forms prior to your visit and provide details about the accident, injuries, medical history, and any legal representation if applicable.

Can Chiropractic Manipulation Help with Whiplash and Other Common Car Accident Injuries?

Yes, chiropractic manipulation is often used to treat whiplash and other common injuries resulting from car accidents. It helps align the spine, relieve pain, and restore mobility.

How Many Visits Will I Need for Treatment of Motor Vehicle Injuries?

The number of visits required for treatment of motor vehicle injuries varies based on the severity and type of injuries. A personalized treatment plan will be developed during your initial assessment.

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