If you have been involved in an auto accident recently, you need to pay close attention to what your body is telling you in the aftermath, even if it seems you have emerged from a traumatic incident relatively unscathed. Did you know that your body may still experience symptoms from the accident days or even weeks later?
Here are a number of common symptoms with late manifestations that you may end up experiencing after an auto accident.
If you start experiencing headaches after suffering an auto collision, don’t chalk it up to work-related stress or a migraine. A headache can actually be a sign of a more severe condition—perhaps a concussion or even a blood clot. Worse, it might also be a sign that you are suffering from a brain or severe head injury. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ksLHab
Most people think that injuries only occur due to accidents, but did you know that a surprising number of work-related injuries are because of bad habits that most employees are not self-aware of? Here are two work-related injuries that can happen to anyone and some tips on how to prevent them.
If you are constantly pulling, pushing, holding, lifting, throwing, or carrying things at the workplace, then you may be at risk for overexertion. When you overexert yourself, it can cause a subluxation, otherwise known as a minor displacement of your spinal vertebra. This can lead spinal nerve irritation or muscle tension leading to pain that can affect your quality of life.
Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2jzNZmG
Experiencing pain on a regular basis should not be a part of anyone’s lives. You should be able to wake up in the morning feeling amazing, but many people are not able to do this because of chronic pain, whether due to an auto accident or another type of injury. Chiropractic services can help you work toward living a life that is pain free. The sooner you begin your treatment, the better it is for you, because injuries don’t get well over time without proper care.
Before receiving treatment, you want to ask any questions that you have. Being well informed will enable you to move forward with your treatment with confidence. Here are some questions that you can ask your doctor.
Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2jzOX2t