Car Accident Injury

Even seemingly minor automobile accidents can result in pain, discomfort and other whiplash related symptoms. Automobile injuries when left untreated or not treated properly can become chronic and lead to painful long-term conditions. At Quantum Chiropractic, we take a detailed “accident” history and perform specific motion study x-rays to determine the extent of your injury. Based on our findings we are able to: grade your injury, make proper care recommendations and make any necessary referrals. Our goals for treating automobile injury are to:

  • Reduce pain
  • Restore and preserve joint range of motion
  • Prevent scar tissue formation
  • Reduce the risk of chronic pain and accelerated degeneration of the spine

What sets our car accident chiropractor at Quantum Chiropractic apart from other clinics is the advanced education and training both doctors have completed in diagnosing spinal ligament injury. Our unique approach helps to ensure that you receive a complete diagnosis, the best possible recovery from your injuries and that you are treated fairly by the insurance companies. When a spinal ligament has been injured, there is a short window of opportunity to begin treatment that results in the best possible outcome. The common approach of waiting to see if the pain goes away on its own often has disastrous results. Our approach in managing spinal injuries is to begin treatment and rehabilitation as early as possible. Our goal is to reduce your pain in the short term and to restore function that will last a lifetime.

We offer the latest technology to Objectively show you WHY you hurt.

 

We offer some diagnostics that no other clinics offer in Clark County including state of the art High Frequency DR X-ray system, DICOM Images sent to MD Radiologist for Confirming Instability reads, Computerized Radiographic Mensuration Analysis, (CRMA, Accurately measure instability to .02 mm utilizing 5 Methods of Instability,) Dynamic SEMG, and Computerized Duel Inclinometers, featured in the AMA Guides to Range of Motion Assessment, 2012. This allows a more accurate diagnosis of exact location and severity of the injuries. We monitor progress with these means and functional assessment questioners. We document your care with the latest accepted technology and diagnostic codes programmed into our EHR system. At the end of care, we offer impairment ratings, and Medical Expert Testimony.