Danville, California (EastBayDaily) — Finally, there is a place to go online that reveals why chiropractic works, how it works, and how it benefits car accident victims.
This new website gives car accident victims easy to read information on “Chronic Pain From Whiplash Injury”, “Neck Injuries And The Acceleration of Neck Arthritis”, “Pre-Accident Arthritis of the Neck”, “Healing Time For Injured Soft Tissues”, “Problems With Pain Medicines”, “The Benefits Of Chiropractic”, “Understanding Whiplash Injury”, and much more.
“To understand whiplash injury and treatment, it is most important to know the answers to these three questions:
What tissues are injured in a motor vehicle collision?
What tissues are the primary sources for chronic spinal pain?
What tissues are primarily affected by the chiropractic adjustment?
Astonishingly, the answer to all three questions is the same:
The tissues of the facet joints and the tissues of the disc joints,” says Dr. Dan Murphy, DC, DABCO, the website’s expert contributor.
“Consequently, it is inevitable that some whiplash-injured patients will develop chronic pain and that chiropractic is often the best management choice for these patients.”…says Dr. Murphy.
Dan Murphy, DC, DABCO is a 1978 graduate of Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. He has managed about 10,000 whiplash-injury cases. In the past 32 years, he has taught more than 500 12-hour post graduate continuing education classes pertaining to whiplash and spinal trauma, including 21 years of coordinating a year-long certification program in spine trauma, certified through the International Chiropractic Association. Additionally, he is board certified in chiropractic orthopedics (DABCO), and is on the faculty at Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, CA (28 years).
If you’ve been in an automobile accident, you can learn more and find a doctor in your area by going to http://www.TheChiropracticImpactReport.com
“Manual manipulative therapy for the treatment of neck pain has been shown to be significantly superior to pain medicines and to exercise.” (Annals of Internal Medicine, 2002)
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