by Yvette Bedrossian, RN, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM)®

x-ray image of someone suffering whiplash - acupuncture for motor vehicle accidents

You can seek any kind of care you prefer after a car accident, including acupuncture, without a referral. Just call our office with your claim number and insurance information. We will call your insurance company to confirm your benefits and bill them for treatments. You don’t have to do anything else to receive acupuncture for motor vehicle accidents.

Don’t Let Your Injury Become Chronic!

After a car accident, the body is especially sensitive. Therefore, local treatment can sometimes aggravate the injured area by causing more inflammation. Acupuncture is a smart option to reduce pain and discomfort following an accident. It speeds up the natural healing response in a safe and gentle way. It is also effective in conjunction with other therapies such as chiropractic and physical therapy. Acupuncture for motor vehicle accidents can also help you get results even if you have had limited to no success with other therapies. 

Acupuncture is effective for most injuries sustained from accidents. After injuries are sustained in an accident, it is best to receive treatment as soon as possible. It will help treat the pain faster and can help prevent injuries from setting in and becoming chronic. That nagging pain in your neck doesn’t have to become a chronic issue.

There Is No Need to Suffer…Get Acupuncture for Motor Vehicle Accidents

Spa Jacksonville Therapists : Yvette Bedrossian, RN, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM)®, acupuncturist for Spa Jacksonville: Acupuncture for Motor Vehicle Accidents

Yvette Bedrossian, RN, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM)®, acupuncturist for Spa Jacksonville

One of the most common complaints after an accident is pain and tightness. A lot of times, people are unaware of the extent of the injuries sustained from an accident because they are often masked by pain medications. Even if you are cleared by the ER or your doctor, you may have still suffered soft tissue injuries. 

During an accident, your muscles may tighten to protect your body from further injury, causing pain and discomfort. Soft tissue injuries respond very well to acupuncture. We can use other modalities such as cupping, gua sha, and moxibustion in conjunction with acupuncture to help heal your injuries. We can also use electro-acupuncture to help improve or restore proper blood circulation to maximize your healing potential.

Yvette Bedrossian, RN, L.Ac., Dipl. O.M. (NCCAOM)®


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