Have You Been in an Auto Accident?
The first thing you should do is think about medical attention — which means treatment for injuries you suspect you have. Many times even a relatively minor car accident can leave a driver with injuries that cause a lifetime of problems. All injuries are NOT obvious right away. As a result of trauma your body reflexively produces hormones called endorphins, which act as painkillers. Because of this production of hormones you might not know right away that you have been injured.
A common injury suffered by drivers and passengers is neck injuries such as whiplash and neck strain, as well as more serious injuries such as cervical radiculopathy and disc injury.
Are you in pain?
We can help! We are a muti-speciality healthcare office in Placerville, California. Our clinic director, John Mooney, DC, QME, has over 28 years of experience in treating whiplash injuries. Dr. Mooney has helped thousands of patients who sustained injuries from auto accidents. He has been voted “Chiropractor of the Year” by the Mountain Democrat newspaper and is the only chiropractor in El Dorado County who is also an accident injury reconstructionist.
Why injured occupants benefit from treatment at Premier Healthcare:
- Medical Doctor and Physician’s Assistant
- Rehabilitation Equipment
- Excellent long term, helpful staff
- Physical Therapist
- In house X-ray
- Nearly 30 years experience in treating injuries related to accidents
- Our doctors will work for you on a LIEN BASIS!
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“…patients suffering from back and/or neck complaints experience chiropractic care as an effective means of resolving or ameliorating pain and functional impairments, thus reinforcing previous results showing the benefits of chiropractic treatment for back and neck pain.” – Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Verhoef et al. (1997)
“Cervical spine manipulation was associated with significant improvement in headache outcomes in trials involving patients with neck pain and/or neck dysfunction and headache.” – Duke Evidence Report, McCrory, Penzlen, Hasselblad, Gray (2001)