With nearly 4,000 square feet of treatment space and a combined 47 years of experience, we are a clinic that is fully capable of managing your car accident treatment from beginning to end.

  • Car Accidents
  • Whiplash
  • Work Injuries
  • and more!

What we offer:

  • Gentle Chiropractic Adjustments
  • Traction Therapy; Full Spine and Region Specific
  • Electrical Muscle Simulation
  • Therapeutic Exercises and Stretches
  • Impulse Adjusting for those who prefer "crackless" chiropractic care

Full-hour massages, 100% covered by auto insurance for sore muscles following an accident!


Massage Therapy

Sometimes traditional medicine will subject a patient to invasive treatments, pain medications or other drugs to treat what could be managed with gentle massage. Using the natural tendency of a body to want to heal itself can have much more effective results than slings, chemicals, or other intervention. Massage is a means of using the body's own mechanisms to evoke healing.


Gentle Chiropractic Adjustments

Sometimes the bones, joints, and ligaments of a damaged body require coaxing to return to their natural state. If this is the case, a light touch, performed correctly, can be vastly beneficial to a patient who has bodily trauma. 


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy can aid and reinforce healing, keep muscles and joints limber during healing, and hasten the recovery process. In addition, physical therapy gives the patient tools and techniques which can help the body resist further damage or stiffness. 


Cervical acceleration-deceleration (CAD) syndrome, commonly known as whiplash, occurs when a person's head is yanked backward and then forward as the result of a sudden impact, usually when their car is rear-ended. This results in trauma to the spine, which can manifest itself as pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the neck, back, and shoulder areas. Coordination, balance, and even mental outlook can also be affected. We can help.

Car Accidents

The effects of a car accident may not be immediately felt. Because the body releases endorphins in the event of a sudden impact, pain which should be noticed immediately can be masked or not felt for hours, or even until the following day. But, the injury can still be very severe, and patients may need care even when the onset of pain is delayed. 

Work-Related Injuries

Work-related injuries are commonly under-reported for a number of reasons. A worker might be embarrassed, afraid of the fiscal or career implications, or not have a grasp on the whole-scope nature of injuries which they do report. When ee treat work-related injuries we're careful to ascertain if an injury might require further attention even when a patient hasn't 'connected the dots' between the trauma of a work-related accident and a seemingly unrelated secondary symptom.