Auto and Personal Injury Chiropractic

Accidents can happen to anyone. When they do, you want to know who you can turn to for quality medical care. If you’ve been involved in an auto accident or experienced a personal injury, it’s important to get prompt care. At West Chiropractic and Rehabilitation we help patients recover from their injuries, so they can get their life back.

With 30 years of experience and 120 hours special and over 300 hours of continuing education, Dr. Fine is here to get you out of pain.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

Auto Accidents

Chiropractic care can be used to treat sprains, strains, and other injuries you can encounter from the jolting that happens in a car accident in a non-invasive way that doesn’t require any surgery or medicine.

Dr. Fine helps in more ways than chiropractic care. When you come to our practice, rehabilitation is our goal. To get you back on your feet faster, we work with you in several ways, including 1-on-1 strengthening exercises.

We’ll also give you a plan to work on that includes personalized independent exercises or a home exercise program tailored for your recovery.

Personal Injury

Dr. Fine has over 30 years of treating personal injuries related to auto accidents and other injuries. Through a combination of exercises, chiropractic treatment, and more, we will create a customized plan for your recovery, and do everything we can to help you get back to your best.

As a BWC Provider, Dr. Fine has seen plenty of cases, and is well-versed in the recovery process, so he can help guide you through the process of getting back on your feet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I still get checked even if the impact was low speed?

Yes, even if you were traveling at a low speed and there was no major impact on your vehicle, your body still has sustained trauma. At first, you might feel fine and think you’re okay, but pain or stiffness may worsen over time. So it’s important to get a chiropractic evaluation as soon as possible after an auto accident.

Why should someone see a chiropractor versus go to the ER after an accident?

If the injury is serious, then the ER is where you want to be for fractures, head trauma or breathing difficulties. Chiropractors, however, can address soft tissue injuries that other doctors don’t.

What types of personal injuries do you see?

The main types include injuries from trips and falls.