Motor Vehicle Accident

As a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Chiropractic Clinic, we offer continual support through your Motor Vehicle Accident claims process while providing you with dedicated care for your car accident injury. Your immediate care is our primary concern (acute injury): Whiplash (originating from the abrupt jerking motion of the head either backward or forward), sprains and ...

As a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Chiropractic Clinic, we offer continual support through your Motor Vehicle Accident claims process while providing you with dedicated care for your car accident injury.

Your immediate care is our primary concern (acute injury):

  • Whiplash (originating from the abrupt jerking motion of the head either backward or forward), sprains and strains are all common results of a car accident and can result in varying degrees of damage to your neck and upper back. Receiving chiropractic adjustments immediately following an accident can greatly help avoid postural issues and chronic pain.

Chiropractic targets the afflicted area by gently encouraging movement in the direction which it is restricted. The manipulation is gentle and slowly increases mobilization. Chiropractic care helps treat the following MVA associated injuries:

  • Whiplash
  • Neck/Shoulder Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • Concussion
  • Soft-Tissue Injuries

In Alberta, you are able to seek any form of treatment after a motor vehicle accident. We encourage you to seek care immediately following a motor vehicle accident and we of course strongly suggest a Chiropractor!

People often report the symptoms of their injuries from motor vehicle accidents continued long after for those who did not seek treatment. At Calgary Family Wellness, we aim to not only address your acute symtoms, but help you achieve a full spectrum of healing after your motor vehicle accident.

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Make us your Calgary chiropractor. Our resident Calgary chiropractor can help with many motor vehicle accidents associated injuries.