We specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries sustained in automobile accidents.
Symptoms of an auto accident injury may not show up immediately.

If you have been in an auto accident in Maple Grove it is important to see a medical professional. Even if you feel that you are completely unharmed there can still be unfelt injuries that you may have sustained. It is possible that these injuries may not show immediate symptoms, but they will become apparent hours, days and even weeks after the accident.

Your next call should be to us. We are experts in injuries and recovery from auto accidents.

Auto Injury Care in Maple Grove
If you have any of the following signs or symptoms from an auto accident call us TODAY to schedule a consultation.
  • Whiplash
  • Concussions
  • Neck pain and/or stiffness
  • Headaches
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Lower back pain and/or stiffness
  • Numbness and tingling
  • Should pain and pain between the shoulders
  • Pain in the arms or legs
  • Foot and hand pain
  • Pain in the jaw or face
  • Sleeping difficulties
  • Vertigo
  • Dizziness
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Blurred vision
  • Disorientation
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Whiplash Injury Relief
The Most Common Injury that Can Have a Lifelong Impact

Whiplash is the most common injury that is thought of regarding minor car accidents, or those that people walk away from any type of accident, slip or fall under their own power. Whiplash occurs from a sudden jerking motion of the head, one which pushes it in one direction, straining the tendons, muscles, ligaments in the area. Whiplash injuries can surface immediately, and they can get worse with time without proper treatment.

The best way to diagnose and treat whiplash injuries is immediately after they occur, before the injury has time to worsen and cause many troubles down the road. If you have been in a recent car accident (or other sudden force accident) we recommend seeing a chiropractor immediately so as to get on top of any injuries, before they get worse.

Who Pays the Medical Bills for an Auto Accident?
Minnesota is a No-Fault State and Auto Insurance Pays the Bills

Medical bills and care for injuries from an auto accident are covered and paid by auto insurance. Minnesota is a No-Fault state which means that very auto insurance policy has Personal Injury Protection which allows you to get evaluated and treated if necesssary and it won't affect your cost for coverage, no matter who is at fault for an auto accident. It means that everyone has coverage to have their injuries treated by a medical professional of their choosing.

It's YOUR health, so it makes sense to be thorough, when evaluating and treating auto accident injuries.

We provide 100% covered care for auto accidents.

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