Auto Injuries

Are you incredibly stiff and sore after standing for long or short periods of time?  Is it hard to get out of bed in the mornings?  Are your Headaches, Neck, or Back pain getting worse by the Day, Week, or Month?

The Top 5 Reasons Why You Need your Neck and Back Checked after a Car Accident

  1. North Dakota and Minnesota are No-Fault States! (It does not matter who's fault the accident was)  This means your auto insurance or the other drivers insurance will cover all of your treatment if you have any injuries at no cost to you and it does not effect your insurance rates what so ever!

  2. Whiplash! Symptoms of whiplash may take hours, days, weeks, even months to appear!

  3. There's NO such thing as a "minor accident"! Even when the damage to your car is relatively minor, whiplash may have caused spinal damage. All to frequently, lifelong health problems begin as a whiplash injury that was dismissed as minor at the time.

    "Imagine running as fast as you can and running into a brick wall?  Do you think that would cause an injury? Now how fast can you run?  Maybe 5-10 mph?  How fast were you going in your car accident?"

    Any trauma to your spine can disturb the normal position and motion of the vertebrae, affecting nearby muscles, ligaments, and discs.

  4. It's not just a stiff muscle! Most people think muscle problems are no big deal.  Bound-up, stiff ropey, spasmed, tight muscles will start wearing out your joints within 2 weeks of your accident!

    Its important to have your bones, joints, and muscles examined by a professional who can design a treatment program to properly repair the damage that has occurred form your accident.

  5. Medication WON'T fix this Problem! Most people see there MD who prescribes muscle relaxants  and pain medication. The problem is muscle relaxants and pain medication will not restore the balance to strained torn, muscles, ligaments, and tendons.‚Äč

"The ONLY way to heal, get out of pain, and prevent chronic debilitating pain is with a treatment plan that addresses muscle damage, function, and a TRUE rehab program to restore damaged tissue and lost function."

- Dr. Pozarnsky