Dr. Richard Casabona is happy to announce he has joined Collision Injury Auto Accident Treatment in an effort to educate the Tucson community that he is offering his wide-ranging clinical experience dedicated to helping auto accident victims in Tucson Arizona. The newest Collision Injury Auto Accident Treatment clinic is located at 7562 N. La Cholla Blvd, Tucson AZ 85741. If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident and you are the not at fault injured victim, you can be seen the same day or the next day by calling (520) 201-6448 or visiting Collision Injury Auto Accident Treatment Tucson website page.
The doctors and staff at this location have dedicated an extensive portion of their practice to the management and treatment of car crashes. More specifically Dr. Casabona has taken extensive amounts of post graduate work in the field of personal injury as it pertains to motor vehicle crashes and the treatment of the injuries caused by vehicular trauma.
His post graduate work and courses in spinal biomechanics such as chiropractic biophysics, Pettibon technique and Gonstead Chiropractic technique. The doctor specifically sought out post graduate studies pertaining to traumatic injuries and management of these injuries when it comes to helping collision injury victims. You can see his Curriculum Vitae here.
Collision Injury Auto Accident Treatment And The Signs And Symptoms of Whiplash
Whiplash occurs when the cervical ligaments are sprained, and tendons are strained really rapidly. Your ligaments and tendons are definitely important since they support and keep your vertebrae from abnormal motion. Whiplash normally affects the joints in the back of the C-spine, called the facet joints.
You should realize the discs between your spinal vertebra might be traumatically stretched torn and/or ripped to a certain degree. Since these tissues have very poor blood supply Whiplash typically stretches and inflames the nerve roots exiting the spinal foramen. Whiplash can cause vertebral compression fractures and/or dislocation in severe motor vehicle accidents.
Whiplash symptoms and signs typically vary between truck occupants and cause a wide range of signs and symptoms of traumatic cervical spine injury. The normal signs are pain and stiffness in the neck upper back and shoulders. More specifically when you try to rotate or turn your head. Headaches, at the base of the skull, are really common. Whiplash irritation typically can refer into the shoulders, arms, upper back, and/or into the upper chest.
Other whiplash symptoms and signs typically include dizziness, trouble swallowing, queasiness, vertigo, ringing in the ears, jaw pain, and blurred vision, though these symptoms and signs often disappear rapidly there typically will be underlying injury. It is consistently better to call your chiropractor ASAP following a car collision. You might also experience nervous system symptoms such as irritability, tiredness, and have trouble focusing mentally.
It’s crucial to understand that auto accident or car crash individuals might not perceive any of these signs and symptoms for 2 or more hours after the incident. Generally speaking typically the worst day is the fourth day following a car or truck accident.
Self-treatment utilizing a soft collar brace is the worst thing you can do for your spinal injuries.
Chiropractors normally utilize spinal manipulation and/or mobilization along with physical therapies such as ice, heat, massage therapy and electrical stimulation. The AMA specifies that chiropractic adjustment, manipulation, mobilization, and intermittent traction is the best treatment for whiplash.
Our experienced chiropractors utilize other treatments such as ice and/or heated compresses for decreasing discomfort and pain and muscle spasms, as well as physical medicine techniques, such as electrical stimulation, ultra sound and strengthening exercises. If you or a family member are the victim of whiplash from a vehicle accident call the doctors at Collision Injury Auto Accident Treatment.
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