Why Chiropractic Care Is Good After a Car Accident

Why Chiropractic Care is Good After a Car Accident

There are many commercials and advertisements that run, telling you to so see a doctor or a chiropractor right after an accident. Not only to document your injuries, but to really seek treatment if it is needed. Very rarely, however, do they tell you why you should receive chiropractic care after an accident.

Receiving chiropractic care is beneficial after a car accident, one, because of the types of injuries you can sustain. Of course there are severe and obvious injuries in which you need to go to the emergency room for such as: broken or severed limbs, the inability to move, severe bleeding, or things of that nature. But, a person can sustain injuries in a car accident that they did not even realized they had. Many of these injuries are internal and may not be noticed within the next couple of days, weeks, even months after having the accident. Whiplash, muscle and ligament damage, concussions, and other internal injuries may be sustained, and one of the best ways to treat these conditions is with chiropractic care.

Seeing a chiropractor right after a car accident really begins you healing process, and that is the most important thing. After a car accident, the primary goal of a great injury health center is to get your body in the best possible place it can be. Due to the fact that Florida is a no fault state, your insurance coverage is guaranteed to cover at least ten thousand dollars’ worth of your medical bills. So, if you are injured in the Orlando, FL area, you know your healing is covered.

It is easy to feel overwhelmed about what to do next after a car accident, whether you feel you are injured or not. The best thing for you to do is to go see your local Orlando, FL chiropractic care provider and make sure you body is receiving what it needs to fully recover from this traumatic situation.

Chiropractic Care For Relief From Migraine Headaches

According to the latest studies, 9% of men and 12% of women in the U.S. experience at least 1-2 headache episodes per month. Additionally,, more than 4% of the U.S. population suffers from frequent headaches. Headaches can be caused from a variety of reasons. One in particular that I would like to talk about is the migraine. A type of headache that can really ruins a person’s day.

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Cancer- Could the cure be in the cause?

Cancer-Could the Cure be in the Cause?

As breast cancer awareness month fast approaches, many people will be thinking of loved ones lost to this horrible disease. Many will ask themselves how in the world their mom or their aunt could have contracted this terminal condition. In addition to that, many will question how a society so advanced could still not have a cure for one of the top leading killers in our country. There is yet another question that should be posed during this time of cancer awareness: could the cause be in the cure?

According to the National Cancer Institute, cancer is a term for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control and are able to invade other tissues. Our bodies are designed to control all cell division; so in order for cancer to occur, the body’s mechanism of control must be malfunctioning. Fortunately there are things we can do to keep our systems running efficiently.


Some have made the claim that sugar feeds cancer. This may sound outrageous, but one of our best tools for measuring cancer activity proves that CANCER HAS A SWEET TOOTH! PET scans use radioactively labeled sugar to detect sugar-craving tumor cells. Patients are given a sugary mixture of through an IV and then scanned to see the activity of tumor cells feasting on the sugary treat. Decreasing refined sugar intake, robs cancer of its favorite food.


Exercise has been shown to increase immune function, antioxidant defense, hormone levels, circulation, cardiovascular, and lung capacity. It is important for all of us to make exercise a part of our weekly routines. Studies show that high intensity short duration exercise is best.

Chiropractic Care and Adjustments

The relationship between the nervous system and immune system is undeniable. Chiropractic care and adjustments not only balance the nervous system, but also have a positive effect on the immune system. Our immune system is our body’s natural defense against all diseases – including cancer. A chiropractor utilizes a different approach to traditional medicine, encompassing techniques that have to do with muscular and cellular stimulation and deep tissue massage. Adjustments in the back and spine also help relieve nerve pain and damage – known to promote healthy cellular growth which is imperative in cancer patients.

For more information about a healthy nervous and immune system, contact your local Injury Health Center doctor to get on the road toward health and away from cancer!