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After a car accident or another serious injury, you may need neck pain treatment. Depending on the extent of your injuries and your doctor’s recommendations, there are a number of different treatment options that may work in your situation. Here are some of the possible treatments for your neck.

Chiropractic Care
Chiropractors are trained to work with a huge range of spinal issues. When many people think of chiropractors, they think of spinal adjustments, and that can be an important part of neck pain treatment. In addition to traditional adjustments, these professionals use flexion-distraction adjustment techniques which utilize a pumping action instead of direct force, and some chiropractors use instrument-assisted manipulation.

However, chiropractors also use soft-tissue therapy to treat muscle pain and reduce tension in your neck or back. They also help guide their patients through stretching and resistance techniques, and they administer therapeutic massages as well.

Physical or Occupational Therapy
In many cases, people turn to physical therapy for their neck pain treatment. Physical therapists develop a treatment plan and guide you through it. The plan can include therapeutic exercises, spinal manipulations, and assisted stretching. Ultimately, these treatments are designed to help you improve your posture, strengthen your neck muscles, and reduce your neck pain.

Occupational therapists do similar work to physical therapists, but they tend to focus more on improving your ability to function. If you have debilitating neck pain due to a car accident, these professionals can help you to regain range of movement so you can get back to your regular life.

At-Home Neck Pain Treatment
There are also a number of neck pain treatment options that you can do at home. Some people find it useful to alternate cold and hot on their neck. For example, they use an ice pack followed by a heating pad. Others do yoga or change habits that are exacerbating their pain.

While at-home neck pain treatments can be useful and effective, you should only turn to these treatments after you have seen a medical professional. In particular, if you have been in a car accident, you should seek medical help as soon as possible after the accident. A physician in an emergency room or at an urgent care facility can examine your neck and make sure you don’t have any serious issues.

They can also let you know if you need to see another healthcare professional. Remember, in some cases, neck issues such as whiplash don’t cause pain for a few days, but a doctor may be able to diagnose these issues even if you cannot feel them yet.

Medical Help
In some cases, you need to see a physician for neck pain treatment. Doctors can recommend MRIs, CT scans, and other tests to help diagnose what is happening with your neck. They may also recommend EMGs, discography, or nerve conduction studies to see if you have a slipped disc or nerve damage.
In some cases, you may need to see a surgeon. Surgery can address ruptured or herniated discs, bone spurs, degenerated discs, and other issues.

To get help, contact us at 1-800-WE-TREAT today. We help people who are suffering from neck pain or other issues after a car accident. We can help you connect with legal and health services.

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