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Motor Vehicle Accident Treatment

We are sorry you've suffered a motor vehicle collision. It is very difficult to recover from a serious auto accident, but we will try our best to alleviate your pain and get you back to normal as quickly as possible.

Boise Auto Accident Treatment

If you have been in an accident, don't delay your treatment. How many times have you heard someone say, "I have a bad back/neck because I was in an accident 5+ years ago." These are the people who never got treatment for their condition. They let the scar tissue build up, the muscles shut down or splint, and the joints become fixated.

The earlier you come in, the more successful your treatments will be, as we can stop the inflammation and scar tissue from progressing. We also actively involve you in active rehab with advanced MedX neck and back strengthening technology.

Unless you have someone as an advocate for your case, you could easily go without getting the proper care and rehab you need. That's why we actively work with attorneys and medical doctors to manage your case. Painkillers and muscle relaxers are nice to take the edge off, but they won't do anything to help your tissues heal correctly or rehabilitate the muscles that were injured and torn in the accident.

Our office does a complete physical exam and analysis to make sure that all of your conditions resulting from the accident are treated correctly.

We approach your treatment in three phases, just like your body heals in three major phases:

1. Acute - Our first goal is to get you out of pain without limiting your motion too much. To do this, we use ice or heat, electrical muscle stimulation, massage, acupressure, and nutritional supplements.

2. Sub-Acute - This is the phase where you will start to take more of an active role in your care. We will work on joint mobility and muscle balance through exercises and chiropractic adjustments.

3. Functional Wellness - The frequency of your care will slow down in this phase as you transition into taking care of your own body. The difficulty of your exercises will increase and we may work on balance or proprioception. Continued dietary support will also be recommended.

Call our Boise Office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Noah Edvalson - (208) 629-5374