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  • The Benefits of Physical Therapy After a Fracture
    The Benefits of Physical Therapy After a Fracture

    If you recently broke a boke , known medically as a fracture, the services of a physical therapist can greatly benefit you. With the help of a skilled physical therapist, you are likely to heal from a ...

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  • Should I Still Seek Medical Attention After a Minor Car Accident?
    Should I Still Seek Medical Attention After a Minor Car Accident?

    If you were involved in a minor fender-bender, you may believe you saved yourself a trip to the doctor. Since there is no pain or visible injuries after your car accident , why bother seeking medical ...

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  • What Questions Should I Ask My Chiropractor After a Car Accident?
    What Questions Should I Ask My Chiropractor After a Car Accident?

    A car accident can be a frightening, frustrating, and downright confusing experience, especially if you suffered an injury that is serious enough to require chiropractic care and physical therapy ...

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  • How to Recognize Delayed Accident Symptoms
    How to Recognize Delayed Accident Symptoms

    In a previous blog post, we discussed the dangers of delayed accident symptoms . Today we will be going over how you can identify the warning signs of a delayed injury, what they mean, and how the ...

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  • Are Some Injures Too Intense for a Chiropractor?
    Are Some Injures Too Intense for a Chiropractor?

    Chiropractic treatments are considered one of the safest and least invasive forms of treatment for chronic aches and pains. People who have been injured in car accidents often turn to chiropractors ...

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  • Foot & Ankle Injuries You May Experience in a Car Accident
    Foot & Ankle Injuries You May Experience in a Car Accident

    Common Foot Injuries Sustained During Car Crashes People who have been in car crashes are likely to experience injuries to the lower extremities, especially the legs, feet, and ankles. This is true ...

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