2050 Cincinnati Dayton Rd.

Middletown, OH 45044 USA

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Personal Injury

Relief Following a Personal Injury

Accidents happen all of the time. You don't need to be riding in a vehicle or partaking in an athletic activity. You can injure yourself just by tripping over a step when you are outside. You can slip on the bathroom floor or fall over your dog when he is sleeping in the middle of the floor. There's no telling how or when you might accidentally injure yourself, but you do need to make sure your body is taken care of after the personal injury. Sometimes these injuries leave you suffering, and yet you didn't break any bones. Your doctor may even say you're perfectly fine, and yet you know, deep down, that is not the case. This is why you need to take care of yourself and visit Chiropractic Associates, Inc. With leading chiropractors in the Middletown area, you are in good hands with our certified and trained professionals.

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Alignment Problems

Your body is far more likely to suffer an alignment problem during a personal injury than from breaking a bone or damaging organs. During a minor car accident where your vehicle is traveling under 25 miles per hour, you may experience what is known as whiplash. This occurs when your vehicle stops but the inertia of the vehicle's movement keeps your body going forward. The safety belt will keep your chest secured, but your head and neck will whip forward and back. This can throw off the alignment within your neck.

Alignment problems don't only occur within your neck though. You can trip and fall, tossing your hip out of alignment. Even if you were able to catch yourself, you might jam your wrist and elbow. Your doctor may not be able to treat these injuries, but your local chiropractor can.

The Importance of Chiropractic Care

When your body is out of alignment it pulls everything else out of position. So, even if a bone in your neck is incorrectly positioned, it will twist the muscles that run down to your ankle into improper positions. A visit to a chiropractor will fix this.

Treat Your Injury Today!

From jamming your wrist during a fall to twisting your spine after you slip on a sidewalk, there are limitless ways to injure yourself. When you're suffering prolonged discomfort it is often due to an alignment problem in your skeletal system. That is why you need to seek out the treatment of a trained and certified chiropractor. At Chiropractic Associates, Inc. you’ll have access to some of the very best in Middletown. So no matter what the cause is behind your injury, now is the time to set up a consultation. Call us today at 513-422-7776 for relief from your personal injury pain.

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