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Personal Injury

Chiropractic Care for Personal Injury At Dr. Phillips Chiropractic, Nutrition and Wellness in San Antonio, TX

An unfortunate personal injury can impact every facet of your life. You may have to miss out on important events due to lingering back and neck pain or take time off of work to recuperate. Even minor injuries can be a daily annoyance, making your quality of life suffer. Luckily, chiropractic care can help manage and treat your ailments. At Dr. Phillips Chiropractic, Nutrition and Wellness, in San Antonio, TX our experienced chiropractor utilizes safe, proven and effective holistic techniques to bring your body back to functioning normally again.   

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Common Personal Injuries

Some of the most common injuries people experience are related to a misstep, slip or trip, a fall from a height, ergonomic problems, motor vehicle accidents, and repetitive stress injuries. People can injure themselves performing everyday tasks, like moving furniture incorrectly, playing sports or typing on a keyboard. This may result in knee and back pain, neck issues, headaches and migraines, chronic pain and inflammation.

Chiropractic Care for Personal Injury

A chiropractor uses hands-on techniques to manually adjust the body, generally focusing on the spine. Through specific manipulations, they can improve circulation in the injured area and align the spinal cord, which aids in decreasing inflammation. This blood is able to flow to the injury more easily and the body is able to heal. These treatments can increase mobility, break up scar tissue, and can be used in conjunction with other therapies, such as massage.

In addition to physical manipulations, a chiropractor might suggest certain nutritional changes or advise patients to perform exercises to maximize their results. Personal injuries can also be effectively rehabilitated through Physiotherapy, a technique that aligns the musculoskeletal and circulatory systems.

How Our San Antonio Chiropractor Can Help

Dr. Phillips and his team focus on getting to the root cause of a person’s illness and injury, instead of simply treating the symptoms. Through chiropractic care, a patient can reduce inflammation, eliminate pain and put an end to their pain and suffering. With over 25 years of experience, Dr. Phillips is a certified chiropractor, professional pain-management specialist, and nutritionist. After a thorough examination, Dr. Phillips will come up with a multi-disciplinary plan to restore your vitality. This may include chiropractic work, massage, nutritional advice, and other holistic strategies.

Contact Dr. Phillips Chiropractic, Nutrition, and Wellness in San Antonio, TX!

Dr. Phillips Chiropractic, Nutrition, and Wellness are here to help you live your best, pain-free life. For more information and to schedule an appointment with our San Antonio office, call (210) 545-1144 today.  

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    I.T. / San Antonio, TX

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