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Auto Accidents and Personal Injury
Cases

Taking Specific Chiropractic Postural X-Rays

Chiropractic Care
for Auto Injuries

Restoring Your Health

After the Unexpected

The most common auto injury is whiplash, and symptoms may not show until hours or days after the accident because of your body's natural fight or flight response. However, even without symptoms, internal damage to the musculoskeletal system, nervous system, and soft tissues can happen immediately and cause life-long damage if not addressed. Chiropractic care is exceptional for the treatment of these injuries.

Same-day appointments are available, simply click below to schedule your visit.

Signs Your Spine Needs to be Evaluated:

  • You are experiencing any, even minor, neck pain, dizziness, headaches, limited range of motion, tension in the neck, back, or shoulders, fatigue, difficulty sleeping or falling asleep, blurred vision, unusual mood changes, tingling or numbness in any extremities, difficulty concentrating, or memory loss

  • Your head was turned during impact

  • You were traveling faster or hit by a vehicle traveling faster than 10 mph

  • You were expecting the accident to occur or braced yourself for impact

  • Any metal was bent or glass broken during the crash

  • Children involved in any accident should always have their spine evaluated - they are often unable to effectively communicate possible injuries and can often appear "fine" even when not

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Oklahoma 
Personal Injury

Oklahoma is an at-fault state, meaning that if a driver causes a car accident that injures someone else or causes property damage, then they are responsible for the harm. It's important to note, fault can be shared between multiple drivers. For example, if someone rear-ended your vehicle but you were distracted while driving and contributed to the collision, then your coverage could be reduced as you were partially at-fault. Oklahoma has modified comparative negligence laws, which means that if you are found to be 50% or more at fault for an accident, then you cannot recover any compensation for damages.

How and When to Get Stared

1.  Contact your insurance company to open a claim as soon as possible, then schedule your injury evaluation and exam.

2.  Create an individualized plan with Dr. Bryce and Dr. Allie.

3.  Begin the healing process towards pre-injury health.

“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

- Thomas Edison

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