ATV riding and spinal health
There has been a startling increase in injuries and mortalities from the use of ATVs. Not only is it because ATVs have become more for recreational fun, but it also is attributed to the production of larger, faster, and more powerful ATVs. Commonly, people who use or even own an ATV do not realize how powerful and dangerous these vehicles can be – even if you know how to safely operate one.
Chiropractic Care can Help ATV Injuries
Most ATV-related injuries include: deep, soft-tissue trauma and fractures/dislocations. Other injuries related to ATV accidents include:
- Lack of sleep
- Trouble breathing
- Soreness/tension in various regions of the body
- Low back injuries
- Neck injuries
- TMJ problems
- Reduced range of motion
- And many more…
Trying to “just deal with” the pain can lead to more complications in the future. It is important to seek treatment even if you do not feel like your symptoms and injuries are bad.
What does this have to do with Chiropractic?
Chiropractic care is a safe and effective way of treating patients who have suffered from an ATV accident. Chiropractic care uses a hands-on, drug-free approach to helping people, which includes examination, diagnosis, and treatment. Chiropractic care focuses on treating the entire body, not just a “quick fix”.
At MG Dodge Chiropractic, we are an easy commute for people in Lewis County, Carthage, Watertown, Booneville, Turin and Fort Drum. We use rehabilitative and therapeutic therapies, as well as spinal adjustments to get your overall health and well-being back.
Knowing how to stay safe will help prevent future injuries on your ATV. Be sure to include chiropractic care in your prevention program. Regular chiropractic care can help ward off vertebral subluxations and related disorders.
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