Archive for the ‘Auto Accidents’ Category

Welcome to Ringston Chiropractic's Auto Accidents Archive. Here you can learn more about Ringston Chiropractic, Chiropractic, and Dr. Robert Ringston, today's choice for Chiropractors in Fort Mill, SC. Read Dr. Robert Ringston's Chiropractic Auto Accidents for the health of it.

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Understanding and Treating Whiplash Injuries

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The term "Whiplash" originated in 1928 to describe the result of a sudden hyperextension injury of the neck immediately followed by hyperflexion injury and the resulting damage to the surrounding muscles, ligaments and tendons. Today we remove the "hyper" part referring to extension and flexion beyond the normal physical limits and define whiplash as an ...

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Suffering from a Car Accident Injury in Fort Mill? Chiropractic Can Help

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Whiplash is one of the most common auto accident injuries, but there are many other ways in which this injury to the cervical spine can occur. When it does, studies show that Chiropractic care provides significant relief and long term healing results. A whiplash injury occurs as the result of an abrupt backward and/or forward jerking ...

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Whiplash Agony? Chiropractic Offers the Best Recovery

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Automobile drivers in the United States are involved in over 5 million auto accidents each year. As a result, over 2 million people annually suffer from some form of injury as a result of the crash. Whiplash is the most common injury received by an accident victim. A history of disappointing results in the treatment of ...

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Auto Accident? Have You Had Your Spine Checked?

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Car accidents are renowned for causing whiplash injuries, and these should always be taken seriously no matter how innocuous they may at first appear, because of the areas which are affected. It should also be remembered that the effects of whiplash may take weeks or months to fully manifest, thus it cannot be assumed no ...

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