For Injury Patients

We treat individuals injured in accidents who are suffering pain, disability, and decreased quality of life. We specialize in conservative passive care, utilizing chiropractic and physical therapy. We also collaborate and coordinate with other medical specialists, giving you the best possible approach to treating your specific injuries.

We guide you back to a point of decreased pain, increased mobility, and back to enjoying the things you were doing before your accident.


Guiding You Back

Patients Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Auto accidents, even minor ones, can result in:
    1. Neck pain
    2. Shoulder, arm, and/or hand pain
    3. Numbness/tingling in arm or hand
    4. Upper back pain
    5. Mid back pain
    6. Low back pain
    7. Hip, leg, and/or foot pain
    8. Numbness/tingling in leg or foot
    9. Chest/abdominal pain
    10. Headaches
    11. Dizziness
    12. Nausea
    13. Memory loss
    14. Visual disorders
    15. Sleep disturbances/nightmares
    16. Anxiety and depression
    17. Fear of driving
  2. Some people experience pain the day of the accident or the next day, while others experience symptoms weeks or a month after the accident.
After diagnosing your condition through consultation, examination, and the use of other diagnostic studies such as x-rays and MRIs, a course of treatment will be set. In addition to spinal manipulative therapy to reduce pain and restore normal function, your treatment may also include heat, electric muscle stimulation, mechanical traction, and a host of soft tissue therapies such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and Graston therapy. A course of rehabilitative exercises will also be offered.
No. A word about spinal manipulation. You may have questions or concerns if you’ve never been to a chiropractor. Perhaps you’ve seen crazy videos online or heard stories from friends or family about the twisting or so-called “cracking” of the spine. Rest assured we do NOT do that here. We provide painless, gentle mobilization of your spine designed to reestablish the loss of range of motion one experiences after an accident. All treatment is done within the pain-free range.
Yes.  Injuries associated with the trauma from motor vehicle accidents are typically more severe and complex than chronic, non-traumatic aches and pains.  As such, they require the collaboration and coordination of diagnostic testing and consultations with medical specialists. You will benefit from our network of dedicated medical specialists with whom we have developed over the past 30 years.  We typically refer to pain specialists, physiatrists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, and physical therapists.  Depending on your injuries, we may also refer you to dentists, wound care specialists, and psychologists.
At BS&R you’re not a case number or a neck or back patient. Here, you’re family. You’ve been in an accident and you’re in pain. Perhaps your car is damaged, or you need time off from work to heal. We’re here to alleviate your stress and concerns. We strive to make your visits pleasant experiences. Customer service isn’t a slogan here, we take it seriously. Also, dealing with insurance matters after an accident can be daunting. We handle all your insurance issues and answer all your questions regarding coverage and billing.
Yes. If you are represented by an attorney, we will communicate and work closely with your attorney. We pay close attention to every detail and provide professional documentation of your injuries, diagnosis, and treatment to ensure your attorney has everything they need to effectively represent your case. Whether you are represented by an attorney or not, we will provide documentation to assist you in whatever you need.

Don’t let injuries, even those that seem minor go untreated.

Left untreated, small injuries can become large injuries leading to joint instability, altered biomechanics, premature degeneration, and ultimately arthritis and disability.