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Chiropractic Care for Back Pain After an Auto Accident

It is very common to experience back pain following a car accident. After all, your body is suddenly jerked forward or to either side. You have many options for treating the back pain, including seeking treatment from a doctor, doing physical therapy or obtaining chiropractic care. Chiropractic care can help you to naturally relieve the pain you are feeling and heal your back. Here are a few of the ways that Body Basics Chiropractic in Overland Park can help you with your back pain after an auto accident.

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Chiropractic Care

One of the ways that Body Basics Chiropractic can help relieve your pain after an auto accident is to offer traditional chiropractic care services. This typically involves spinal adjustment services. After a car accident, the position of your spine and vertebrae may be altered. While you may not feel the difference, you may feel the pain that this can cause. Adjusting the back helps to realign your spine. This improves your posture and helps to ease the symptoms that you may be experiencing following an automobile accident.

Massage Services

Another way that we can help to ease your back pain following a car accident is through massage services. Massage is extremely healing for the body. It helps to decrease stress, increase blood flow to the part of the body being massaged and decrease tension and muscle tightness. Massage services can help to ease some of the pain you are experiencing in your back after an auto accident. When used in conjunction with spinal adjustments, you may notice a decrease in the pain faster.

Corrective Exercises

The last way that we can help to heal your back pain following an auto accident is through the use of corrective exercises. The exercise plan that we put together for you is similar to what a physical therapist would do for you. These exercises help to strengthen the muscle and tendons in the part of your back that was impacted by the accident. Exercise helps to keep that part of the back from stiffening up, while also helping it to strengthen, which can promote faster and healthier healing.

Schedule an Appointment with Your Overland Park Chiropractor

If you have been involved in a car accident, you don't have to live with the back pain you may be experiencing. A chiropractor can help to ease the pain. If you are need of a great one in the Overland Park area, contact Body Basics Chiropractic at (913) 685-0023 now to schedule an appointment today.


Meet the Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    Jeff Psota
    Dr. Jeff first attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to complete his undergraduate education. Then, he moved on to Cleveland Chiropractic College. The neurology and rehabilitation instructors taught the newest methods including Graston and Active Release Techniques®, complementing Dr. Jeff’s interest in sports therapy. Since then, Dr. Jeff has taken additional classes on Active Release Techniques® and Graston as well as on motion palpation and auto injury recovery. He has a particular focus on rehabilitation, soft tissue work, exercises and stretching along with his chiropractic treatments.
  • Dr.
    Dale Hadlock
    He attended Kansas State University, followed by enrolling at Cleveland Chiropractic College. He entered practice with one of his instructors from school after graduation, learning from an experienced practitioner. He’s also certified in acupuncture.
  • Dr.
    Dallis Rogers
    What Dr. Dallis finds most appealing about chiropractic is treating people without the use of drugs or surgery. He particularly likes helping auto accident victims and those with chronic conditions such as neck pain and headaches. In 2017, he was voted a top chiropractic in Kansas City!

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Monday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

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8:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

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3:00 pm-6:00 pm

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Closed

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Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dale is the best Chiropractor! My family has been going to him for 3 years now. I’ve referred several friends and will continue to refer others."
    Donna M.
  • "Dr. Rogers is excellent! He takes the time to listen and address all your issues and concerns. I know I’m in good hands here."
    Gena C.
  • "I send my heartfelt thanks for your kindness and good humor with each and every appointment."
    Jeannie A.

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