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Chiropractic Care for Soft-Tissue Damage

Treating Soft-Tissue Injuries Caused by Accidents in Denver, Colorado

Focusing on Car Accident Injuries, Physical & Financial Recovery

Soft-Tissue Accident Injury Chiropractic Clinic in Denver, Colorado

Many individuals in Denver, CO suffer from soft-tissue damage that was caused by a personal injury accident.

Our accident injury chiropractic clinic is here to help victims of negligence that are suffering from soft-tissue injuries. 

Our chiropractor has been treating victims of car crashes and other accidents that cause injuries for over 40 years.

Trust our expertise to help treat your soft-tissue damage and protect your legal rights after an accident in Denver, Colorado. 

What is Soft-Tissue Damage?

Soft-tissue damage is an injury to one of the bodies soft tissues, such as muscles, ligaments, and tendons.

A soft-tissue injury can be a sprain, strain, or any hyperextension or hyperflexion of a muscle.

Motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls, a blow to the head, or a sports injury can all cause soft-tissue damage.

Damage is caused to the soft-tissues when a strong force violently stretches the muscle, ligament, or tendon beyond its normal range of motion.

Ligaments connect bones to other bones, and tendons connect bones to muscles. Therefore, many soft-tissues are present in the spinal column and when the head or neck is snapped or whipped forcefully, it typically results in an injury to one of the soft-tissues that stabilize the spine.

Soft tissue injuries commonly occur in the neck and back after an acute trauma has occurred, like a car accident.

Whiplash is one of the best examples of soft-tissue damage due to an acute trauma.

When an individual is in an auto accident, and their head snaps forward and then quickly backward beyond the normal range, it puts a strain on the tendons, muscles, and ligaments that are holding everything in place.

The image below depicts the motion of the head and neck when involved in a car accident in which a whiplash (soft-tissue) injury is sustained.

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How Can You Damage Your Soft-Tissues?

There are of course many different ways to cause damage to the soft-tissue areas of your body, but out of these, the many different ways typically fall into two main categories, which are:

1. Acute Trauma:

An acute trauma is the most common cause of soft-tissue injuries.

An acute trauma is an injury that happens instantaneously.

For example, if you are in a motor vehicle accident and sustain a whiplash injury, that would be an example of an acute trauma.

This is because the victim did not have a pre-existing injury. Prior to the accident occurring there was no soft-tissue damage, and after the crash occurred, there was damage.

2. Repetitive Stress:

Repetitive stress that causes soft-tissue damage is an injury that takes place over a long period of time.

For example, if you have a job in which you are on the phone all day and have a habit of holding the phone between your head and shoulder, you will probably develop neck pain from this abnormal and repetitive movement day in and day out.

This would be considered a soft-tissue injury that was caused by repetitive stress because it did not happen on just one occasion but rather was caused by repeating the movement every day for a long time.

What Are the Most Common Causes of an Acute Soft-Tissue Injury?

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How Do You Treat a Soft-Tissue Injury?

Chiropractic Care is typically the best way to treat soft-tissue damage.

Chiropractors specialize in treating soft-tissue injuries, especially those caused by motor vehicle accidents, like whiplash.

Whiplash is the most common soft tissue injury that is sustained in an auto accident, but a chiropractor can help soft-tissue damage sustained by any type of trauma or repetitive stress.

Our Chiropractic Clinic in Denver, Colorado can help victims who are suffering from a soft-tissue injury.

Our doctors will conduct the necessary tests to properly diagnose your condition and the extent of the damage.

Then, a personalized treatment plan that is developed with your specific injuries in mind will be prescribed.

Our clinic tries to reduce the need for harmful medications and dangerous surgeries by naturally treating the problem at the source.

Our first step is always to reduce your pain and soreness, followed by slowly repairing the injured tissue and restoring full function to the area.

We do this by using a combination of therapies, manual spinal manipulation, and instrument-assisted adjustment techniques.

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Schedule A Free Injury Consultation Today!

If you were in an accident and believe you have suffered soft-tissue damage, do not wait to contact a chiropractor.

Our Accident Injury Chiropractic Clinic can help you recover from your injuries that were caused by a negligent driver or any other type of personal injury accident in Denver, Colorado. 

Do not put off seeing a doctor or chiropractor. Not only do insurance companies require victims to receive treatment immediately following an accident, but permanent damage may be caused if your symptoms are not treated fast.

Do not risk your physical or financial well-being, call Colorado Injury and Pain Center today for a Free Soft-Tissue Injury Consultation in Denver!

The Primary Sources of Soft-Tissue Damage

Soft-Tissue Injuries can be caused by any different number of things, but our chiropractors most commonly treat damage caused by a motor vehicle accident. Our chiropractors specialize in treating soft-tissue damage, reducing inflammation, and relieving pain and soreness in the area. Below are three common soft-tissues that become injured most often.

Muscles typically become damaged due to a sudden trauma, or acute injury. They can also be damaged due to over-use, which happens slowly over a longer period of time.

Ligaments connect bone to other bones in the spinal column. They help stabilize, move, and control the spine, so when they become damaged, serious injuries and pain can occur from excess movement.

Tendons connect muscle to bone in the spinal column. Tendons are made up of fibrous bands of tissue that allow movement between the muscles and the bones in your spine.

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