Our Medical Staff Are Experts in Treating The Following Conditions:
Our Nashville Chiropractors and Medical Specialists have over 10 years of dedicated experience treating Auto Accident Injuries and other Chronic Pain Conditions in Nashville.
Before you schedule a visit at any of our clinics, it is essential that you first understand our integrative medical approach to treatment.
Advanced Injury Care Clinic utilizes both Medical Professionals and Chiropractors to treat injuries associated with personal injuries.
When you come in for your Free Consultation, our medical team will sit down with you to discuss your current situation.
You will be asked about your pain symptoms, how long you have been experiencing them, the character of your symptoms as well as your medical history.
This helps our doctors understand what you are going through and will help us determine the proper diagnostic testing for your situation so we can discover the underlying issues inherent with your injuries. This allows us to build a customized treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Our treatment options focus on the musculoskeletal system and its effects on your neurological health.
By correcting improper movement patterns, reestablishing spinal integrity and dramatically reducing inflammation in your injured joint regions, our Nashville Chiropractors can positively affect the performance of your body and get you out of pain quickly.
Many people in our local Nashville community are looking for skilled health care providers to help them address their pain symptoms with approaches that are natural and target the root of the problem, not just the symptoms.
By using our integrative approach to care utilizing both Chiropractors and Medical Professionals, we are able to treat and document your injuries with the care and scrutiny you deserve.
Also, if your injuries were caused by an auto accident and you need an attorney, we can refer you to Premier Local Attorneys to help settle your case.
Your first consultation with Advanced Injury Care Clinic is free.
After your initial free consultation, the costs will vary based on the treatment plans that our Medical Professionals and Chiropractors create for you.
Chiropractic care is usually included in most health insurance plans, major medical plans, workers' compensation, Medicare, and some Medicaid plans.
When choosing a Chiropractor, try to get a referral from a friend, family member, neighbor or your primary medical doctor.
Check to see if any recommended Chiropractors are covered by your insurance plan.
You should research your Chiropractor's credentials by checking your state's licensing board's website.
It's also important the conditions in which you are coming in for treatment and coming up with a list of questions to ask your Chiropractor.
Finally, visit their website for more information about them and their office.
A chiropractic adjustment is a medical procedure where Chiropractors use their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled force to a spinal joint.
This is done to improve the function of your body.