Chiropractor - Cocoa FLChiropractic
Have you been injured in an auto accident? Florida law requires you to get treatment within 14 days of the accident in order to benefit form PIP insurance.
At our Cocoa chiropractic center, we're ready to help you on your path to recovering from personal injury. Whether it’s the result of a car accident (for which we treat many patients) or any other event—assault, slip and fall, or workplace accident—we have the skills, education, and experience required to provide you with effective treatment.
Our Cocoa Chiropractors Provide Long-Term Treatment For Personal Injuries
What We Offer
Some of the many things we help people recover from include:
- Back and neck pain;
- And many other problems, usually as a result of an auto accident.
We provide a conservative approach to healing that’s holistic—we take into account each individual’s specific physical and environmental circumstances in order to create a healing plan catered specifically for them.
With over 40 years of combined clinical experience, we’re the chiropractors in Cocoa FL that you can rely on.
Treatment for auto accident injuries may cost you nothing.We offer FREE transportation & FREE exams!
What to expect
It all starts with an accurate diagnosis, without which effective treatment is impossible.
Our Cocoa FL chiropractors employ a number of different methods both neurological and orthopedic in nature that can find muscle weakness, inflammation, distortions in the spine, and other problems.
It may be necessary to employ X-rays, CT, and MRI if a more in-depth examination is required.
From there, we can construct a personalized recovery plan that will work best for you—one that takes into account all of the physical and environmental factors that play into your condition.
Defining "personal injury"
Personal injury refers to damage to your person that causes pain and suffering, especially if issues become long-term and require medical treatment.
A “personal injury” is not limited to the physical—mental and emotional trauma is also a major factor.
In legal terms, filing a personal injury claim can and should include mental and emotional suffering that has resulted from an event like a car accident, direct assault, or an indirect accident caused by a faulty product or industrial chemical.