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Collision Injury Chiropractic Opens in Tucson Arizona

Collision Injury Chiropractic Opens in Tucson Arizona View Story Dr. Richard Casabona is happy to announce he has joined Collision Injury Chiropractic in an effort to educate the Tucson community that he is offering his wide-ranging clinical experience dedicated to helping auto accident victims in Tucson Arizona. The newest Collision Injury Chiropractic clinic is located at 7562 N. La Cholla Blvd, Tucson AZ 85741. If you or a loved one have been involved in a car...

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Collision Injury Chiropractic Phoenix AZ

Collision Injury Chiropractic Phoenix AZ View Story Seeing a Collision Injury Chiropractor after an auto accident isn’t just about getting your back cracked. For serious accident injuries, e.g. internal bleeding and head trauma, you’ll, of course, need to seek emergency medical help, but if you have other types of injuries from a recent car accident, getting treated in a Maricopa County hospital is the first step you should take. Collision Injury Chiropractors specialize in treating most...

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Collision Injury Chiropractic Is Open During Covid 19 Spike

Collision Injury Chiropractic Is Open During Covid 19 Spike View Story CLICK TO PLAY VIDEO WHIPLASH HAPPENS Your neck is made up of seven bones stacked on top of each other with a shock absorbent pad called the disc separating each level, your neck is relatively flexible. So it relies upon your muscles and ligaments for support. Whiplash is a term that describes what happens when your muscles and ligaments are stretched too hard or too far much like a rope. That phrase when stretched beyond its capacity, auto accidents are the...

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The Case for Fender Bender Victims To Be Examined in Arizona

The Case for Fender Bender Victims To Be Examined in Arizona View Story Car Accident Chiropractors In Phoenix Make The Case for Fender Benders Victims To Be Examined Just because you have been involved in a fender bender that doesn’t mean you have not suffered injury in your Phoenix car accident. In fact, more often than not auto accident victims do not realize they have been injured. Pain usually or typically does not show up for a few days. Our patients tell us the 4th or 5th day following a collision injury is...

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Is It Better To Brace For Impact Or Relax For Impending Car Accident?

Is It Better To Brace For Impact Or Relax For Impending Car Accident? View Story Do you think you should not or should brace for crash forces by flexing all of your muscles, or just try to be as loose as a goose?  Accident reconstruction studies reveal that occupants of the target vehicle who are cognizant of an imminent collision and who actually have presence of mind to brace for impact actually enjoy improved long-term outcomes with fewer injuries. What should you do if you know that the inevitable rear end crash is about...

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Most Auto Accidents Occur Between 6 and 12 MPH

Most Auto Accidents Occur Between 6 and 12 MPH View Story Can you get whiplash 10 mph? It’s a general misunderstanding that whiplash injuries can only occur when vehicles are travelling at high speed. Therefore, many auto accident victims suffer in silence from whiplash injuries caused at speeds of less than 10 mph. Low Velocity Collision, accidents below 10 mph may have shown little or no damage to your vehicle due to the specific design specifications of current car companies. However, while...

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What Are Trigger Points?

What Are Trigger Points? View Story What medicine is used in a trigger point injection? A trigger point injection (TPI) is an injection that is given directly into the trigger point for pain management. The injection may be an anesthetic such as lidocaine (Xylocaine) or bupivacaine (Marcaine), a mixture of anesthetics, or a corticosteroid (cortisone medication) alone or mixed with lidocaine. How long does it take for trigger point injections to work? After TPIs some patients will...

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Collision Injury & Concussions – New Protocols You Must Know About

Collision Injury & Concussions – New Protocols You Must Know About View Story Conclusion on Concussion- You Do Not Need To Hit Your Head To Suffer Concussion Most people as well as most healthcare practitioners are under the opinion you need to hit your head in order to have a concussion or that concussions are easily identified and also managed? You are not the only one who thinks this way.  The fact remains, traumatic brain injury (TBI) – the proper term when bleeding occurs inside the skull occurs – and mild...

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Mid Back Pain From A Whiplash Injury

Mid Back Pain From A Whiplash Injury View Story Whiplash and Mid-Back Pain – How Can This Happen? — Research regarding whiplash or whiplash associated disorders (WAD) classically focuses on neck pain; however, the data show acute thoracic spine / mid-back pain (MBP) occurs in 66% of WAD injures with 23% still complaining of chiro-trust.org Read More Whiplash Injury Only Affects Your Neck Right? One can easily picture how the neck or cervical spine can be injured in a car collision or...

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Did You Know You Can Suffer Permanent Spinal Ligament Injury At 5 MPH Collision

Did You Know You Can Suffer Permanent Spinal Ligament Injury At 5 MPH Collision View Story The terms “whiplash” and “neck strain” are often used interchangeably, though there’s debate about whether this is appropriate. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between these two common descriptions of neck pain. The term “strain” technically means a stretch injury to a muscle and/or the tendon that attaches muscle to bone. This article goes into the three types of strains you could have suffered https://chiro-trust.org...

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