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Car Accidents Are Scary!

Car Accidents Are Scary! Littleton chiropractor says, "Treatment for Your Injuries From a Car Accident Shouldn't Be."

Car accidents can be life changing or life ending. Our clinic director, Dr. Spallone, survived a life altering head on car accident and sustained extensive musculo-skeletal and head injuries, including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). When you have been injured in a car accident and seek treatment to help with your injuries, we know how you feel. We offer numerous all-natural treatments for different phases and different types of injuries sustained from car accidents. Our pain treatments include soft tissue therapeutic laser therapy (for sprains and strains), massage therapy, light touch computerized adjusting of the spine, manual therapy, chiropractic care, spinal decompression, and electrical modalities for the healing of soft-tissue and nerve related injuries.

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