Auto Injuries Specialist
Auto injuries are a common problem for Dallas, Texas area residents today. At An Chiropractic & Spine Center, Dr. An's goal is to get patients well again using non-invasive techniques that really work.
Auto Injuries Q & A
by Ted S. An, DC
What Types of Auto Accident Injuries Can a Chiropractic Care Provider Help With?
Chiropractic care can help with common auto accident conditions such as whiplash, upper back pain, mid-back pain, lower back pain, sciatica, arm pain that radiates, leg pain that radiates, muscle pain, and tingling sensation in the extremities. Chiropractic care is often combined with massage therapy for auto accident patients, allowing for the fastest and most effective pain relief possible. This natural pain relief approach allows many people to find the long-term pain relief that they want and need, without having to rely on prescription drugs or surgery.
Do Patients Need a Referral to Visit a Chiropractor After an Auto Accident?
No, a referral is not necessary. People who have been involved in an auto accident can call and make an appointment to be seen right away. The initial consultation is free, and Dr. An will design a custom treatment plan for each patient.
What if a Person Is Injured, but Doesn’t Have the Money for Treatment Right Now?
An Chiropractic & Spine Center will work with patients who don’t have the money to pay for treatments up front. All vehicle insurance policies have a Personal Injury Protection clause that includes medical benefits for all people injured in the vehicle. This even includes “liability only” insurance policies. Injured persons are allowed a full year to use these benefits. If patients have deductibles to meet, An Chiropractic & Spine Center will work with the patient. For people who were injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, attorney referrals can be provided if needed. An Chiropractic & Spine Center will work with the attorney, providing any information needed so that the patient can be treated without cost until the case is resolved. It is usually possible to arrange for care with little-to-no expense out of the patient’s pocket up-front.