You’ve Just Been in a Car Accident – What’s Next?

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You’ve Just Been in a Car Accident – What’s Next?

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If you are experiencing back pain after an auto accident, no matter how minor, it’s in your best interest to visit your chiropractor right way to realign your body so that it can heal properly.

Some of the most common injuries from minor car accidents can impact the health of your spine.

Common Spine-Related Injuries from Minor Car Accidents Can Include:

WHIPLASH: When two vehicles collide, the impact can jolt the neck in all directions. This phenomenon is referred to as whiplash and it can cause a lot of tension in the cervical spine. It can also affect other parts of the body.

NECK AND BACK INJURIES: The impact of a car accident can leave the body in shock, and it can take a couple of days for people to realize that they have a back or neck injury. Experiencing severe spinal injuries can lead to hospitalization.

Although these injuries can be very painful, they can also be treated with the right treatment.

Insurance Usually Covers Your Chiropractic Care

At Kaster Chiropractic & Associates, we firmly believe that chiropractic care is a necessity. If you have been injured in a car accident, contact us today. We will help you construct the best treatment plan for your condition and budget. We will also handle the paperwork for the insurance personal injury protection coverage.

If you are a good potential candidate for chiropractic care, our staff members will work with you to align your spine so that it can be properly supported allowing the body to heal as quickly and easily as possible getting you back to health.

We offer chiropractic, massage, decompression therapy, ultrasound, hydrobeds, and more!


Want to know more about how the trusted hands at Kaster Chiropractic can help you?

Give us a call now at 239-332-2555 or visit to learn more.

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