Car Accidents – Slip & Fall – Whiplash
Dr. Hatch and the wellness team are highly skilled to treat those involved in severe whiplash injury accidents. Dr. Hatch completed his certification from the spine research center of San Diego in 2010 and has obtained advanced training in chiropractic injury treatment.
The Spine Research Institute of San Diego is committed to providing research and education in the area of spinal health and injury prevention. They are especially concerned with cervical spine injuries that result from whiplash trauma accidents. In addition to their own research, they constantly monitor and synthesize world literature and are considered the authority on whiplash injuries.
Much of the research now being conducted indicates that even low-speed accidents (below 5 mph) can cause serious and immediate damage that can result in long-lasting consequences. Considerable effort in evaluating each patient’s unique situation after an accident allows Dr. Hatch to skillfully determine a professional course of treatment to address the pain and discomfort caused by whiplash.
While insurance companies may be motivated by financial interests, Dr. Hatch is professionally trained and versed in evaluating and treating those with whiplash, as well as providing expert medical witness testimony as the need occurs for accidents.
At Hatch Chiropractic and Wellness, our healthcare providers are focused on individualized patient care and getting patients to return to what they love as soon as possible after an accident. Hatch Chiropractic offers different tools and techniques to make sure it’s right for you. We don’t believe in long contracts or scare tactics but setting up a treatment plan that is perfect for you. We aim to find the root cause of the problem and fix it with a wide variety of treatments focusing on your specific chiropractic injury treatment plan.
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