Auto Injury FAQ page

The following are just a few of the more frequently asked questions that we are asked. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any other questions that are not listed on this page.

Why see a chiropractor after a car accident?

After a car accident, your body undergoes different levels of stress and degree of damage. You may not realize that you suffered any injuries until the adrenaline that rushed your system after the accident begins to fade.

Consequently, you could unintentionally cause your body further harm by aggravating those injuries by doing normal day-to-day activities. That is why seeking immediate medical attention after an accident is important, even if you believe it was just a minor fender bender.

At White House Chiropractic, we take a non-surgical approach to treat auto accident injuries. We also take extra precautions before providing treatment for auto accident injuries by providing an initial consultation and X-ray imaging. The consultation helps us better understand any soft tissue damage you may have experienced, as well as any internal misalignments that may have occurred. The X-rays then provide an internal picture of what damage your spine, neck, and shoulder may have experienced. This allows us to understand the extent of your injuries and put together an appropriate treatment plan to help manage and decrease pain and inflammation, as well as reduce scar tissue and restore range of motion.

What auto injuries do you treat?

Auto accidents can result in a variety of injuries. At White House Chiropractic, we provide non-surgical treatment to help alleviate back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, soft tissue damage resulting from whiplash and other health conditions resulting from an auto accident.

What auto injury treatment options do you offer?

The non-surgical auto injury treatment options and services that we offer include:

How long will treatments be required for my auto injury?

As no two people are alike, there is no one-size-fits all length of time for treatment.  However, after an initial medical evaluation and consultation we will start you on a 90 day treatment plan that is created to help you reach your individual health goals. Then, we’ll discuss maintenance care to help you retain the progress you’ve made.  

Do you accept referrals from auto injury lawyers?

Yes, we accept referrals from auto injury lawyers located in White House, TN and surrounding areas.  Dr. Chris Banning can also provide detailed medical records that show the extent of injuries and document treatments that are useful in building a strong case. Please contact us directly to learn more.

Do you accept referrals from other specialists?

Yes, we accept referrals from other healthcare specialists. Ultimately, we want to help you reach your optimal health goals that include less pain and increased mobility and range of motion. Please call our office to learn more.