Recovering from an Accident: Can CBP Help?

Recovering from an Accident: Can CBP Help?

Struggling to resume normal life after an accident? Physical therapy, rest, and time can only do so much for the human body. If you feel like you’re out of options, it might be time to approach the problem from another angle. 

An experienced chiropractic biophysics (CBP) practitioner can evaluate your spinal alignment to create a treatment plan that addresses your needs, including pain relief, increased mobility, and better overall health. 

At Advantage Spinal Dynamics & Innovative Medicine in Meridian, Idaho, our team of experienced medical practitioners can use chiropractic biophysics to help reduce pain and get you on the road to recovery. 

An overview of chiropractic biophysics

Generally speaking, chiropractors work to alleviate pain and other health problems by manipulating the spine. Chiropractic biophysics takes this a step further by drawing from additional health sciences, including anatomy, biology, and physics.

It requires significant training and experience to become a CBP practitioner.

Because CBP approaches your health from multiple angles, it’s important to get the full picture before beginning treatment. At Advantage Spinal Dynamics, our team performs a range of diagnostic tests to better understand each patient. 

This includes examining your spinal alignment in detail. A good chiropractor might be able to point out a few noticeable flaws in your posture or movement, but a CBP practitioner can learn a lot from careful observation of how you stand, sit, and walk. 

This observational data is combined with results from X-rays and other diagnostics, so our team can create a customized treatment plan. From there, we use mechanical traction to gently but firmly correct the alignment and curvature of your spine. 

How CBP can help you 

If you’ve recently suffered an accident, there’s a good chance that your spine was injured. Even minor car accidents and falls can lead to whiplash, which affects the cervical spine (neck).

If you’re struggling with neck pain, headaches, fatigue, and brain fog following your accident, it might be a sign that further rehabilitation is necessary. 

Injuries to the lumbar spine (lower back) are often more severe, and proper alignment is vital to making sure your back heals properly. Persistent back pain shouldn’t be ignored, especially if your accident has caused or worsened it. 

Even if your spine wasn’t directly affected by the accident, a thorough chiropractic adjustment can improve your overall health — including your mood and energy levels. Fatigue, depression, and sleep disturbances are common after an accident, especially if it was traumatic. 

Chiropractic biophysics can help you feel more comfortable in your own body, giving you the boost you need to finish recovering. 

Interested in learning more? The experts at Advantage Spinal Dynamics can help you understand what sets chiropractic biophysics apart from traditional chiropractic methods. To schedule a consultation, call 208-225-4358 or request an appointment online. 

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