Chiropractic clinic 6840 Fort Dent Way Ste 120 Tukwila, WA 98188 US

Appointments: (206) 466-1880

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Chiropractic treatment after a car accident

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#1 INJURY ARE NOT ALWAYS EVIDENT AT FIRST

It often takes a day or two before you feel the aches and pains caused by inflammation, as well as the dizziness, headaches, blurred vision, and neck pain common with whiplash. 

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#2 AVOIDING CHRONIC CONDITIONS

The longer you wait to treat your injuries, the harder they are to treat. Neck and back injuries worsen over time, often leading to long-term pain. 

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#3 SAFE AND NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT

Chiropractic treatments are safe, non-invasive way to treat pain. No surgery or injections, just chiropractic adjustment and instructions on exercises and massage therapy that help to promote healing and relieve pain. 

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#4 EFFECTIVE PAIN TREATMENT WITHOUT MEDICATION

Chiropractic care address both you pain and your symptoms, all without risk of addiction. 

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#5 CHIROPRACTIC CARE CAN ASSIST WITH INSURANCE CLAIMS

It is far easier to link your injuries and treatment to your accident when you seek chiropractic care immediately. 

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MYOVISION DYNA ROM (sEMG Test)

DynaROM, or Dynamic Range of Motion​, is the latest in FDA cleared, Class II Diagnostic Equipment. It effectively and objectively measures the impact of soft tissue injury by documenting pain in motion. ​

This powerful tool simultaneously measures range of motion and muscle guarding - a critical measure of a patient's level of pain. Using attached electrodes, the patient moves through various motions. These motions are graphed over a short period of time. By moving the patient, you effectively elicit measurable pain responses and guarding when soft tissue injury is present. ​

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BETTER TEST - BETTER RESULT

The DynaROM test measures both muscle guarding and ROM simultaneously over the span of about 30 seconds with 3 full motions. There are 6 of these 30 second tests to measure flexion, extension, left and right lateral flexion and left and right rotation. 


​This graph shows an uninjured (ideal) patient performing only a single lumbar flexion. As the patient bends forward, muscles fire to stabilize flexion. In full flexion, muscle activity drops. When the patient stands up, muscles fire again to help return the body to a neutral, upright position. Note the characters at the top of the graph; seeing what position the patient is in allows everyone to better understand the results.