Our integrated team at Integrative Physical Medicine brings the best care from the medical and alternative fields to one place for you. Our doctors will work with you to develop a plan that will give you the best long term outcome.
When an individual sustains injuries from a motor vehicle crash, spasm and muscle splinting develop unequally on either side of the spine.
This asymmetric muscle spasm prevents the normal range of motion of the spine and misalignments occur throughout the vertebral column. These misalignments need to be addressed via gentle hands-on manipulation or gentle low force instrument assisted manipulation.
If you have been injured in an auto accident please call our team today. We are happy to help with any questions that you have.
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