Posted on Jan 15, 2020

Halifax Injury Physicians (Daytona Beach)

The NHTSA estimates that nearly 27 million people were involved in injury-only (nonfatal) car accidents around the United States over the last 10 years. There are many injuries that can be sustained from a car accident, including head injuries, facial injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries, and outer body injuries. Depending on the type and severity of your injuries, your symptoms may range anywhere from minor to debilitating pain.

Injuries sustained during a car accident undergo similar care to non-car accident injuries, such as an evaluation, physical therapy, imaging, surgery, etc. Below you’ll find the average time it takes to complete chiropractic treatment for the most common car accident injuries we treat. Since there are many factors that go into determining the kind of treatment you’ll need after an accident and how long it will take you to recover, your personal treatment timeline may differ from the below information.
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