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Neck Pain

Neck pain can be caused by stress, improper lifting techniques, athletic injuries, or auto accidents. Just as there are many causes, there are multiple treatment options that can be utilized to facilitate healing. If your neck pain is associated with an auto accident injury, chiropractic care may be the best option to restore balance within the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractic adjustments, combined with deep tissue massage and physical therapy can reduce inflammation and alleviate your pain and discomfort.

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Common Auto Accident Injuries

Auto accidents are one of the most common causes of neck pain in America. If you are involved in an auto accident, a whiplash diagnosis often follows. This condition is caused by the head whipping around and overextending the soft tissues of the neck. The result is connective and soft tissues that have been stretched beyond their limits. Whiplash is extremely painful and can take up to six to eight weeks to heal completely. 

Treatment Options for Neck Pain

Your chiropractor has many different treatment options that can be used to restore balance and encourage healing. Chiropractic adjustments are often paired with physical therapy and deep tissue massage. These treatment options complement each other by providing the support that the muscles and connective tissues need to remain in place. As the injured area continues to heal, the soft tissues become stronger and the risk of re-injury is minimized.

Maintenance Visits after Healing

As the healing process continues, many people choose to continue to visit their chiropractors. Part of the reason for this is to maintain the natural balance that chiropractic care establishes in the body. Maintaining this balance also helps to restore good health in other parts of the body. When combined with massage therapy and a regular exercise regimen, the risk of injury and illness gradually decrease. The body becomes stronger and you begin to feel energized and rejuvenated.

Cheyenne Mountain Chiropractic is the Place to Go in Colorado Springs for Auto Accident Injuries

If you live in Colorado Springs and are experiencing neck pain, visit Cheyenne Mountain Chiropractic. Dr. Hanley and our staff are always ready to assist you with any questions you may have. Our personalized treatment plans are developed according to your needs so that you get the care you need and deserve. Stop by and meet the staff! Schedule your first appointment so that you can live life to the fullest. Don't give up your quality of life. Get the pain relief you need!

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Cheyenne Mountain Chiropractic

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