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Injured in a car accident?

If you have been in a car accident, getting proper treatment shortly after is critical. After the immediate shock of the accident usually what follows is the reality of injuries and pain.


Many times accident victims have to deal with missed time at work, insurance and legal issues, vehicle repairs and increased expenses. With the additional problems that come with a car accident, let us help with getting you back to feeling good.

Davis Chiropractic in Lewiston, Maine offers treatment and therapy for those injured in a car accident.  


Dr. Davis completes a thorough evaluation including a series of physical and neurological tests.  A treatment plan is developed to help you reach your goal of pre-injury status as quickly as possible.


We accept auto insurance as well as personal injury cases.   Please call for more information.


After an automobile accident, it is important to monitor your symptoms and watch for warning signs that could indicate serious health complications. In addition to pain in your neck and back, common whiplash symptoms include:

  • Headaches

  • Dizziness

  • Impaired memory or concentration

  • Visual disturbances

  • Tingling in your extremities


Regardless of the level of your symptoms, it’s a good idea to see a chiropractor for an evaluation. If you experience any of the following symptoms, contact your chiropractor immediately:

  • Numbness or weakness in your extremities

  • Personality changes

  • Difficulty swallowing or breathing

  • Severe pain

  • Clumsiness when walking

  • Loss of consciousness

  • Nausea or vomiting

  • Seizures

  • Severe headache

  • Pupils that appear different in size

Auto Accident
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Whiplash usually happens when an auto is rear-ended. When a car is hit from the back, then people in the front of the car may experience a rapid backward-forward movement in their head and neck. While the process of the injury is often called CAD “Cervical acceleration-deceleration”, the term WAD “whiplash associated disorders” describes the actual injury condition and symptoms. The rapid movements injure the vertebrate, neck and back muscles, ligaments and the brain. Accidents as slow as 5 mph can result in whiplash.

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