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Car injury can also cause severe back pain injury. The twisting and turning of the body during an accident can result in a herniated disk, sprains and strains, or a spinal misalignment, which can exert pressure on the nerves, and consequently, affect other parts of the body. Honolulu auto accident chiropractors perform thorough examination procedures on accident victims, and then come up with personalized care plans. The program may combine spinal care with massage therapy and other treatment modalities, such as ice/heat therapy to offer all-inclusive rehabilitative care.
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No fault insurance means an insurer pays for part/all the medical expenses accrued in case an accident occurs. What makes this type of insurance unique is even if the insured party caused the accident, compensation would be approved. At Honolulu Pain Relief Center we accept all Hawaii No Fault Auto Insurances.
The General Chiropractic Council defines chiropractic as a health profession that deals with diagnosing, treating, and preventing mechanical complications of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects these complications have on the overall functioning of the nervous system and general well-being. Chiropractic is premised on the belief that spinal manipulations help improve the body’s nervous system, and, as a result, trigger natural healing.
Chiropractors at the Honolulu Pain Relief Center use their hands to adjust a person’s joints while paying close attention to his or her spine: this process is referred to as manipulation. Before commencing treatment, chiropractic professionals study an individual’s medical history, personal circumstances, and lifestyle. They use this data to establish the suitability of manipulation on the patient’s body: individuals with conditions such as bone cancer or spinal damage cannot undergo chiropractic adjustments.
Honolulu Chiropractors are experienced in providing spinal health care to relieve a broad range of musculoskeletal disorders: neck pain, back pain, and migraines, which are often caused by automobile accidents.
This is a moderate, passive movement employed in the spinal region with the intention of gently increasing the static range of motion in that part. Chiropractors can use spinal mobilization or spinal manipulation. Unlike spinal manipulation, chiropractic mobilization is used to form a firm endpoint for joint movement – in other words, this method is utilized to stabilize a person’s joints. The goal of chiropractic manipulation, on the other hand, is restoring or enhancing joint function. A Chiropractor in Honolulu may opt to use spinal mobilization for various reasons:
Patient preference – some patients, after receiving both types of treatment, prefer one to the other: chiropractic mobilization, in this case.
A patient with a susceptible nervous system – Mobilization helps individuals with vulnerable joints prevent their bodies from overreacting and setting off reactive muscle spasms.
Individuals suffering certain disorders – some patients cannot undergo spinal manipulation due to diseases like osteoporosis and bone cancer. In such situations, a chiropractor may opt to use spinal mobilization.
Lifestyle conditions such as obesity – obesity can make manipulation challenging for both the therapist and the patient. This may favor the utilization of a low force technique such as mobilization.
An activator is a hand-held, spring-loaded device that supplies a low force impact to a joint. With the individual resting face down on the manipulation table, the therapist estimates his leg length, tests his muscles, and adjusts his spine using the activator.
This technique gently adjusts the vertebrae by softly stretching the lower spine. This is mostly done in a series of repetitive, slow motions similar to rocking.
By crossing his hands – one on top of the other – the therapist presses down swiftly and decisively on a particular spine area, as a section of the “drop table” subsides, using gravity to effectively adjust the region. The table can be lifted or lowered depending on the limitation of spinal manipulation.