Should I get Chiropractic Care for my auto accident injury?

That’s a great question, and one that many people ask after they’ve been injured in a car accident. Perhaps you’re not sure if you’ve been seriously injured, even though you’re sore and your neck just hasn’t felt the same since your auto accident. Maybe you’re just not a fan of having your neck cracked. OR maybe you just don’t want to be wearing one of these: 
Don’t panic! We’ve got the answers.

So, should I get Chiropractic Care for my auto-accident injury?

Answer: If you think you may be injured, it’s definitely worth looking into. Utah is referred to as a “no-fault state” which means that as an insured driver you have access to a minimum of $3000 in medical coverage for yourself. You have access to these “no-fault” or Personal Injury Protection (PIP) dollars no matter if you were at fault or not. That means you have access to medical coverage, like chiropractic and even sometimes massage care. Check with your insurance provider to see what your policy limits are.

If you suspect you may be injured, it’s worth checking looking in to. When you schedule your appointment at Balanced Health Chiropractic in Midvale, Utah, you’ll just need to provide your claim number (that’s the number the insurance company will provide you with when you file your claim), and we’ll take care of the rest of the paperwork.

If you have any questions about whether your injury may be treatable through chiropractic care or massage therapy, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Dr. Eric Cheney will be happy to provide you a consultation over the phone and help you understand your options. Don’t worry, we’ll have you feeling better in no time! And in the meantime try to avoid getting in another one of these:

A car accident in Tokyo, Japan.

Image via Wikipedia

 

 

 

 

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