When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes applied himself to a difficult case, he famously utilized his powers of deduction. Holmes assembled and examined the facts before him and employed a ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Posted on 05-17-2010
Chiropractic and auto accident injury are somewhat related, especially when it comes to treatment of the latter. There are many chiropractic methods that can take care of such injuries sustained from an automobile accident, depending upon the situation. However this still needs to be combined with other methods in order for patients to recover fully.
Chiropractic treatment stops only up to where the alignment of misplaced bones an vertebrae may be needed and the consistent monitoring of this area for possible obstructions to circulation. The chiropractic methods could range from gentle but firm processes, to more sudden movements in order to put a bone back in its rightful place. For chiropractors who still have issues about the use of anesthetics on their patients, this could pose quite a challenge.
However, there is also the non-medicinal method of acupuncture that could be combined to this process during treatment in order to ensure that the patient does not feel the pain that comes with the procedure of chiropractic treatment. In a situation where the patient may feel extreme bouts of pain especially upon the slightest touch, this method is a complement to the overall treatment.
The Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Massage Center has to its advantage Dr. Amir Ahmadiyar, D.C. who specializes in many types of treatment ranging from chiropractic therapy, massage therapy, and acupuncture. Because of his presence in the center, this is a one-stop-shop for all the needs of such victims of auto accidents who may need immediate attention and care. Details about Dr. Amir may be found on :http://www.dramirchiropractic.com/
My mom and I went shopping last week when she slipped and hurt her back. I had to rush her to the closest place for treatment and Dr. Amir's office was where we ended up. He's such a great guy, and mom really liked the way he explained everything before actually treating her. Luckily for us, she didn't really need any kind of serious treatment, just regular massage therapy and medications. Dr. Amir really knows how to treat people well, and he doesn't expect you to understand all of the strange medical lingo because he takes time to explain things. He's a really good doctor.