If you suffer from thoracic outlet syndrome after an auto collision, don't despair. Dr. Sansone sees this type of condition very often in our Boardman office. Chiropractic care is an excellent way to treat thoracic outlet syndrome. Let's look at how thoracic outlet syndrome is caused by a crash and how Dr. Sansone can help you.
The thoracic outlet is a bundle of nerves and blood vessels that pass through your neck and shoulder to your arm. These vessels don't have a lot of room, so they travel underneath and through the strong bands of muscles that support your head.
In a collision, these muscles can be stretched and strained. If damaged, the muscles become swollen and sore, and they can develop scar tissue which limits movement and puts pressure on the tissues of the thoracic outlet. Pressure on the nerves can cause tingling or numbness in the shoulder, elbow and even the wrist. Pressure on the blood vessels can also cause problems in the arm.
Boardman Thoracic Outlet Treatment
Chiropractic adjustments can be an effective way to treat thoracic outlet syndrome, as Dr. Sansone will help improve mobility in your spine and restore normal nerve function in your neck and shoulder.
If you've been hurt in a car crash and you're experiencing thoracic outlet syndrome, Dr. Sansone is here to help. Dr. Sansone will first determine what's causing your pain and then work to restore your body to its natural functioning. Give our office a call today at (330) 758-2353 to make an appointment.
If you have back pain after an auto collision, don't worry. Dr. Sansone sees this type of problem very often in our Boardman office. Let's look at the root cause of back pain after an auto injury and see how chiropractic care can help.
During a rear-end motor vehicle accident, your car and car seat are rapidly accelerated forward against your torso. Since car seats don't perfectly align with the curvature of your spine, the car seat can put inconsistent force on your back. This can cause some of your spinal vertebrae to move in one direction while an adjacent vertebrae might move in another direction. This differential movement can sprain or strain the structures that hold your spine together. This kind of injury can cause chronic back pain if not treated promptly. Fortunately, chiropractic is one of the most effective ways to treat back pain.
Let us help you recover from back pain. Dr. Sansone has helped many patients with the same problem, and we can probably help you, too. First, we'll do a careful evaluation to determine the root cause of your pain, and then decide how to restore your body's natural functioning. Ready to make an appointment? Give us a call at (330) 758-2353 and we'll get you back on the road to health.
Over 2 million people are injured each year in car accidents in the U.S. While some people are able to recover from their injuries fairly easily, many folks are left to deal with chronic pain and impairment. We see many of these patients here in our Boardman office. Fortunately, Dr. Sansone is here to help you heal from your auto injury.
The science confirms what we see in our office: A British study was carried out on 28 men and women diagnosed with chronic whiplash pain. Each participant received chiropractic treatment and 93 percent of them found relief following their adjustments, even though 43 percent of whiplash sufferers overall usually never find relief. This confirms that chiropractic is a great way to avoid chronic pain after an auto injury.
It's important to remember that studies have also found that delaying treatment after a car crash can adversely affect recovery time, so getting in to see Dr. Sansone as soon as possible is key to having a quicker recovery.
Dr. Sansone has worked with many auto injury sufferers, and we're here to help you, too. Call our Boardman office today for more information or an appointment.
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