Back To Action Chiropractic’s Car Accident Therapy Procedure Defies Convention

Back To Action Chiropractic has defied convention in the Muscle/Joint/Neck Pain via Car Accident market with the release of Car Accident Therapy Procedure. Please visit http://www.backtoaction.com

Mountlake Terrace, United States - August 27, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage today reflected on its release of Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure 8 months ago, which was in development for 5 years. The main aim was always to design their 3 Phase Program, consisting of listing out how the accident happened, and what forces were applied to a person’s body, and a 40 point orthopedic and neurological exam to help determine the damage done from the car accident. Specific x-rays will also document all the problems, (which may include a reverse cervical curve)… and by defying convention, this 3 Phase Care Program for Car Accident Patients did so, with a difference.

Dr. Jerry Dreessen, DC, CCSP, Owner and Founder at Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage, says: “We wanted to try something new with Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure. Anyone familiar with the Motor Vehicle Collsion – Muscle and Joint Pain – Chiropractic – Neck Pain/Chronic Pain-Post Car Accident market will probably have noticed how everyone else always seemed to treat symptoms with medication, or use physical therapy which gives temporary help without focusing on the true cause of the pain. We felt this was a problem because this will lead to long-term chronic pain as well as limiting normal activities of daily living.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, The Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure instead uses a 30 day re-exam/re-view procedure to determine the changes in function, versus a pain scale which only measures symptoms. Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage chose to make this move because they believe people that have been injured in a car accident should have a complete evaluation, as well as a care pathway that will get them to full function in the shortest amount of time possible. They also believe in educating their patients so they are fully aware of what is happening and can have an active role in managing their case.

Dr. Jerry Dreessen, DC, CCSP also said “We want to give our patients restoration of function and elimination of pain caused by their car accident. With Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel like they are able to move better with less pain when using The Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure. Trying something new is can be quite intimidating, but it’s a procedure we believe is worth trying.”

Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage has been in business for 31 years, being established in 1988. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to Become the best car accident injury rehabilitation clinic in the Puget Sound area.

This isn’t the first time Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage has defied convention either. In November 2010 they caused a stir when they created their Low Back Dysfunction Rehabilitation Program.

The Car Accident Whiplash Therapy Procedure is now available at their Mountlake Terrace Clinic. To find out more, simply go online and visit http://backtoaction.com/index.php?p=80555

For further information about Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage, all this can be discovered at http://www.backtoaction.com

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Jerry Dreessen
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Organization: Back To Action Chiropractic & Massage
Address: 6603 220th St SW #100, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043, United States
Phone: +1-425-670-2600
Website: http://www.backtoaction.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88912534

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