Auto Accidents There are many different types of injuries that we treat here at C & C Chiropractic. The most common type of injury is motor vehicle accident related. Our bodies are very fragile and even the most minimal accident can interrupt your body’s chemistry. The symptoms are not always obvious and sometimes don’t show up for years. That is why we recommend a chiropractic check-up after any type of motor vehicle accident. There is also another difficult component to these types of injuries and that is insurance. Insurance coverage can become complicated in these types of cases. Our staff specializes in working with auto insurances companies and is very knowledgeable about your rights. If you are unsure of what you need to do, we are always here to answer your questions and help find the right path for you.
Work Injuries We also specialize in work related injures. The type of injury sustained can vary greatly so each case must be looked at on an individual basis. The laws in Oregon are very specific about what you can and cannot do when injured at work. We know these laws and how to work within their parameters to get you the treatment that you need.
Other The “other” category of injures is quite broad and can mean anything from a slip-and-fall injury to a sports injury. Dr. Cheun is very experienced in these types of musculoskeletal problems and is ready to consult any individual case.
How? When an injured person walks through our door, we offer multiple ways to research and diagnose the root of the problem. A subluxation, or more precisely, the Vertebral Subluxation Complex, describes what happens when spinal bones lose their normal motion or position from stress, trauma or chemical imbalances. Automobile collisions, improper lifting, drugs, alcohol, emotional stress, chemical imbalances, and long periods of sitting can all cause the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. Instead of just treating your symptoms, we are primarily interested in detecting, reducing and correcting the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. Meaning that instead of simply focusing on how to treat the symptoms, we use testing and X-rays to find what is causing the symptoms. Then, by treating the cause, the symptoms will dissipate and be less likely to return.