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If you searched for a “Chiropractor Near Me,” you have come to the right place.
We focus on Car Accident Injuries, but can treat most types of pain and injuries.
Our chiropractors offer a Free Injury Consultation to victims who suffered injuries in personal injury accidents or are dealing with pain symptoms.
We have access to the best, lowest-cost, Personal Injury Attorneys around. We recommend you see our Chiropractic Doctors first, before hiring an Attorney, so we can get all the proper documentation required to pursue a new case.
Call Colorado Injury and Pain Center today to schedule your Free Consultation with one of our Experienced Chiropractors.
We have a commitment and caring dedication to our patient’s wellbeing and for this are instantly recognized in the community. It is with the same caring attitude and dedication to each individual patient that has sustained the longevity of our clinic and its mission to the greater Denver community.
What Health Problems Do Our Denver Chiropractors Treat?
Our local Chiropractors are known to diagnose and also treat different kinds of problems with the spinal cord which can cause musculoskeletal as well as nerve pain.
Like the other medical doctors, our chiropractors perform and in-depth examination in order to make a better and accurate diagnosis. Examinations like x-rays, or maybe even CT scans or MRI’s are sometimes requested to confirm before making a diagnosis.
Here are the Common Injury Conditions our Tests usually Reveal
Back and Neck Sprains and Strains. Sprains happen when the ligaments are overstretched or torn. These strains can be in the muscle or the tendons. This type of trauma can happen when for example you carry too much weight when you are playing a strenuous sport, during an automobile accident or even when you bend or twist awkwardly. The pain that you may feel will be a burning, stabbing pain that can also tingle or sharp.
Cervicogenic Headaches and Migraines – These types of headaches is are commonly caused by stress and neck pain. The pain will usually be felt at the back part of the head. It can also be felt on the temples or can be behind the eyes.
Coccydynia – This pain can be felt where it develops from the tailbone of the spine. This can be due to a fall or for those who ride a bike for a long time. This can also target people who are sitting all day. The pain will sometimes begin without knowing what the root cause is.
Degenerative Disc Disease – This is one of the problems as you age. When you age, the intervertebral discs may degenerate. This may break down after a long time of strain, overuse or maybe misuse. The discs will lose its flexibility, as well as its elasticity and its ability to absorb shock. These can also thin out when they dehydrate.
Herniated Discs – This usually happens in the neck as well as in the lower back. The disc material will push out from the annulus of the disc and press on the nearby nerve roots causing intense levels of pain.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway in the wrist. The floor and sides of the tunnel are formed by small wrist bones called carpal bones. The carpal tunnel protects the median nerve and flexor tendons that bend the fingers and thumb. When the median nerve is compressed by the carpal bones, that is when the effect of carpal tunnel syndrome begin to take place,
Nerve Damage – Nerve damage usually is the result of many years of damage to a given vertebral segment. As your discs thin from lack of movement, the vertebral body begins to press on the nerve roots causing compression stress and damage to the nerve bundle that is being compressed.
Myofascial Pain – This is when the pressure of the muscles’ sensitive points or sometimes called the trigger points to cause you too much pain on the other parts of your body. This is termed as “referred pain”. There are some instances that the myofascial pain will feel like a tight knot on your muscles. This will happen after repeatedly using a certain muscle.
Piriformis Syndrome – This occurs when the piriformis muscle in the buttocks will compress or cause the sciatic nerve to get irritated. The symptoms can be identified as sciatica which may come with pain or tingling and numbness sensations. It can travel down to your buttocks and down to your legs.
Soft Tissue Damage – is the damage of muscles, ligaments, and tendons throughout the body. Common soft tissue injuries usually occur from a sprain, strain, a one-off blow resulting in a contusion or overuse of a particular part of the body.
Sciatica – This happens when a nerve or a branch of a nerve of the sciatica is compressed or irritated. This can be rated as moderate to severe pain. The pain travels down to the lower part of the knee of one leg. You will feel a sharp, shooting pain which can be described similar to an electric shock.
Scoliosis – Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during a growth spurt before puberty. Scoliosis can also manifest itself when traumatic injuries or falls happen causing damage to one side of the body.
The Leg Length Discrepancies – This is a pain that can be experienced when one of your legs is shorter than the other.
Spinal Arthritis – This can affect the spine’s joint as well as the other bones. This is one type of arthritis that can be associated with aging.
Whiplash – This can be a hyperflexion or hyperextension injury that is usually caused by a motor vehicle that is rear-ended. You head and neck are whipped quickly forward which is hyperflexion then backward which is a hyperextension. This can cause severe neck sprain or strain. Whiplash is a serious condition that can lead to debilitating chronic pain if not treated. The effect sometimes takes hours, days, or even weeks to manifest.
Some other conditions that may appear after a Car Accident specifically may include neurological conditions such as:
- vision problems
- ringing in the ears
Get Treatment Immediately
To avoid your pain and injuries getting worse, it is very important to seek medical help as soon as possible.
That is where the Colorado Injury and Pain Center comes in, personal injuries are what we focus on in Colorado.