The 8 Most Serious Mistakes You Can Make If You Have Just Been Injured Or Have Been In An Automobile Accident
Mistake #1: Failing to seek immediate treatment from a doctor after an accident.
Each year, 10% of the population will be involved in an automobile accident. 20% of all accidents lead to SERIOUS and long-term injuries, yet 30% of those involved never seek treatment. That’s a huge mistake!
Mistake #2: Taking pain medications and muscle relaxers to mask an injury.
Pain is your body’s alarm bell telling you something is wrong. Masking pain with medication is like taking the batteries out of the smoke detector. You are turning off the alarm instead of putting out the fire. So this is one of the most dangerous mistakes.
Mistake #3: Not treating the cause of your pain after an accident.
Drugs only mask your pain for a few hours. So when they wear off, your symptoms return. In our clinics, we put 100% of our focus on reducing your pain by focusing on the cause of your pain. This approach has helped thousands of our patients to heal properly.
Mistake #4: Not consulting with a skilled professional who specializes in fast, effective pain relief for injuries caused by automobile accidents, work-related injuries, and other minor trauma.
Mistake #5: Not making a Chiropractic visit your top priority after an accident.
Chiropractic focuses on correcting the cause of your pain, not simply “covering it up.”
Mistake #6: Not understanding that Auto Insurance usually pays for treatment without up-front fees.
Mistake #7: Confusing what’s most urgent with what’s most important.
So many people focus their entire lives on what’s urgent at the moment, instead of focusing on what’s most important. Therefore make sure scheduling a consultation at one of our offices carries the utmost importance.
Mistake #8: Procrastinating after an accident.
So why procrastinate if you are in pain? Call the office most convenient for you TODAY! A consultation with the doctor is always at no charge, and we can better assess your needs after speaking with you.