Bradenton Auto Injury Treatment Chiropractor Therapy Services Launched

A Bradenton chiropractic center now offers chiropractic services for injuries related to automobile accidents. They offer in-depth examination, diagnosis, and treatment of issues related to MVA’s.

Bradenton, United States - May 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Bradenton’s Natural Healing Arts Medical Center has launched its chiropractic services to treat automobile accident victims. The multidisciplinary medical office’s primary goal is to restore clients to pre-injury health and help eliminate pain.

More information can be found at https://www.myofficeinfo.com/index.php?p=535310.

The new treatment features a team approach at the center. This entails the client having an audience with several different doctors in order to manage all aspects of that client’s case.

Studies have shown that when people have been in a car accident, 40% seek chiropractic care for pains in their lower back, and over 30% look for help with spinal pain. Further, according to other researches, over 90% of patients feel their whiplash symptoms improving with effective chiropractic care.

This is where Natural Healing Arts Medical Center comes in, with the help of their chiropractor, Dr. David Zamikoff. With over 20 years of experience working in the chiropractic office, he offers an in-depth examination and diagnosis of issues pertaining to the musculoskeletal system.

According to a report from the Insurance Research Council, nearly 1/3 of all claimants injured in motor vehicle accidents (MVA’s) have sought treatment from doctors of chiropractic. Generally, the most common injuries associated with MVA’s are sprains and strains of the spinal muscles and ligaments, so it’s only natural that chiropractic is the treatment of choice.

In the event of an MVA, spinal realignment may be needed. This involves spinal manipulation and adjustments that work to place one’s spine back into its original, healthy position. To do this, Dr. Zamikoff uses stretching techniques and gentle force which is applied with his hands.

While the treatment plan may involve a number of visits to the clinic, the team assures that clients should start feeling the much-needed relief from symptoms after the very first treatment. Added to that, Dr. Zamikoff provides patients with a physical therapist to create individual exercises and lifestyle tips they can take home with them, making for a full and ongoing recovery. The clinic also offers massage and medical services as needed in injury cases.

The Natural Healing Arts Medical Center has provided the Bradenton community with top-notch service for over 21 years. The premier multidisciplinary office is also voted year after year as the best, both locally and nationally.

Interested parties may click on the link above for more details.

Contact Info:
Name: David Zamikoff
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Organization: Natural Healing Arts Medical
Address: 2215 59th Street West, Bradenton, FL 34209, United States
Phone: +1-941-761-4994
Website: https://myofficeinfo.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88958205

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