The faster you act the faster you will heal

Don't wait, start treatment right from home

  • ICE - applying ice to injured joints for the first 24-72 hours will help decrease swelling and reduce spasm

  • STRETCHING - gentle range of motion stretching can help keep mobility in the injured joints  

  • REST - while complete bed rest is not recommended, it is important not to over do it while you're letting your body heal

  • HEAT - after the first 24-72 hours applying heat will help improve blood flow to injured areas allowing for faster healing

Healing occurs in the presence of motion.  Shortly after your injury the body starts laying down scar tissue which can lead to restricted spinal segments and chronic pain. Chiropractic addresses these restrictions with spinal adjustments and restores proper motion allowing your body to heal properly.  Chiropractic is one of the best treatment options for whiplash injuries. Dr. Alexander also uses various other treatments including spinal traction, electrostimulation, ultrasound, exercise rehab and laser/light therapy. Skilled massage therapists are also readily available to provide healing and relief.

Whiplash treatment

  • spinal adjustment - improves and restores spinal motion

  • massage therapy - releases trigger points and relaxes tightened muscle

  • laser/ light therapy - promotes healing

  • electrostimulation and ultrasound - promotes healing

  • spinal traction - treats injured disc

  • exercise rehab - improves flexibility and strengthens the spine

You don't have to suffer from pain

If you have recently been in a car accident, you may be experiencing neck pain or stiffness, recurring headaches, dizziness or other health problems.   Chiropractic along with massage and exercise therapy is extremely effective in treating whiplash and can prevent chronic pain that can last for a lifetime. Chronic pain can be debilitating. You do have options. Active Chiropractic cares and wants to help! Call us to book a consultation today or book online.


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