Did you now that sitting hunched over all day can leave your feeling tired and suffering from conditions like heartburn and headaches? Learn about the repercussions of poor posture and how you can lessen the effects.
Whiplash doesn't just happen after car accidents. Other accidents can cause whiplash injuries as well. Here's how whiplash occurs and what symptoms to look for so you can get the care you need as quickly as possible.
It doesn't take a major accident to cause long-term medical problems. Lots of factors contribute to the severity of an accident - and to the severity of the injuries you can experience. Here are seven factors that could have an impact on your injuries.
Are you experiencing ligament damage symptoms after a work or auto accident? Don’t wait in pain, trying to determine the extent of the damage. See why a digital motion X-ray specialist is the best way to get a diagnosis and find relief.
Think you might have whiplash after a car accident or sports-related injury? Here’s why waiting to seek treatment, even if your symptoms aren’t severe, is not the best approach. Untreated whiplash can lead to numerous health issues if you ignore it.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
I know driving in snow and ice can be scary and dangerous. Even if Seattle does not have as much snow as other cities in Washington, snowfall is not out of the question.
Unfortunately, many of those we share the road with are poor winter drivers.
Did you know working in an office puts you at a higher risk of suffering injuries from a fall? In fact, many office workers suffer serious injuries each year. Learn the most common office injuries and preventive tips here.
Even minor collisions transfer huge amounts of kinetic force that can injure muscles and other soft tissue in your body without creating visible signs, while hormone responses mask the pain you feel immediately after a car accident.
As well as getting medical treatment for a workplace accident or occupational disease, you have a duty to notify your employer and return to work once you’re declared medically fit by your health care professional.
There’s a reason for those whiplash jokes about ambulance-chasing lawyers trying to make a buck off fender-benders: whiplash symptoms can be nonspecific and take time to manifest. But whiplash is real and can lead to long-term issues if not treated.
An auto accident can be a scary ordeal, leaving you shaken and confused. In addition to obvious cuts and scrapes, you may also suffer from injuries not fully noticeable until several days or weeks later. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve recently been in an automobile accident, you may well have one of the five most common injuries sustained during car wrecks. Chiropractic care is appropriate for several of these injuries, and the sooner, the better!
Workplace injuries affect office settings just as they affect other job sites, yet many of the most common injuries can be prevented with a little foresight and attention to detail. Learn how to stop accidents and injuries before they happen.