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Category: Whiplash

Five Key Signs You Have Whiplash After an Accident

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on December 30, 2021

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries from an auto accident. While it can range from mild to severe, it is important to seek treatment for whiplash early on. Failure to do so could lead to chronic pain and... Read More

Visit a Chiropractor for Auto Injury Treatment

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on November 30, 2021

A car accident can have devastating effects on the body, especially the neck and spine. Sometimes, those effects are obvious because they are accompanied by pain and physical signs. Other times, the effects of a car accident sneak under the... Read More

The Risks of Not Receiving Treatment for Whiplash

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on March 29, 2021

There were 6,734,000 accidents reported in the U.S. in 2018, with 1,894,000 of those accidents resulting in an injury. Motor vehicle accidents account for 45 percent of all neck and back pain and 37 percent of all chronic spine pain.... Read More

Why You Should Visit A Chiropractor After an Auto Accident - 3 Signs You May Have Whiplash

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on April 27, 2020

Seeking out car accident treatment goes much deeper than treating bumps, bruises, and other physical injuries. Frequently, most auto accident victims do not realize the need to seek out medical treatment because their symptoms don’t show up immediately. When it... Read More

The Benefits of an Effective Whiplash Treatment

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on November 16, 2018

Whiplash injuries are incredibly common, being synonymous with car accidents. Yet despite this, there still isn’t a conventional treatment available.  This leaves many whiplash sufferers with ongoing pain and symptoms that affect their everyday life.  But, it doesn’t need to be this... Read More

Chiropractic Care for Whiplash Injuries

Written By Gulf Coast Injury Center on February 9, 2018

Facing an injury to your neck, shoulders or upper back may raise concerns about whiplash. Whether you were in an auto accident, a workplace accident or were injured in a sport, you want to work with a chiropractic professional in... Read More

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