If you or your loved ones are injured in an automobile accident, regardless of who is at fault, in Kansas you automatically have coverage to get your injuries treated by a medical professional of YOUR choosing. Kansas is a ‘No Fault’ state which means that every Kansas auto insurance policy includes Personal Injury Protection (PIP) so you may get the care that you need. In Missouri, we will help you get your claims paid and file your claims for you.
While some people think their injuries are not that severe after automobile accidents, their injury may not become apparent until months or even years after the accident.Doctors of Chiropractic are trained to identify these injuries that may not show any immediate symptoms but cause a future problem. Many patients ask “Should I come in if I’m just a little sore?” Yes, you should get checked out immediately. If you check out CLEAR you can be confident you have done whats best for your body and prevent serious health problems many months down the road.
Prevention, Early Treatment, & Recognition are Key!
Remember, nothing is more important than your health, especially when you start to lose it.
You need a doctor who really understands whats involved in the treatment for whiplash and other auto accident injuries. Our team of 6 doctors are just that team!
Usually hospitals and your Medical Doctor will check vital signs, rule out fractures and make sure there are no life-threatening conditions before releasing the patient with pain relief medication, but what’s next in Fixing the Problem? Pills do not correct the damage to soft tissues, the correction of misalignments and other systems that can lead to future pain and problems. *There are special chiropractic treatments for such conditions.
*If you have been in an accident call in for an examination. If your examination shows your body is problem free you’ll be released with a clean bill of health and an assurance of knowing you’re well. Don’t wait, call today for your advanced Check-Up.
Possible Symptoms After Auto Accidents:
- Pain in the arms or legs, feet and hands
- Pain in the jaw or face
- Neck Pain and/or stiffness
- Trouble sleeping
- Muscle stiffness
- Lower back pain and/or stiffness
- Ringing in the ears
- Numbness and tingling
- Blurred vision
- Pain between the shoulder blades
- Difficulty swallowing
- Shoulder pain