Longhorn Injury | Best Chiropractor Near Me in Dallas, Texas

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Longhorn Injury | Best Chiropractor Near Me in Dallas, Texas

10611 Garland Road, Suite 115, Dallas

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Auto Accident Chiropractor | Auto Accident Injury Treatment

An auto accident can be a tragic event that can lead to serious injury. Car accident injuries won’t get better at their own but an auto accident chiropractor can help you heal naturally, quickly and effectively. In the case of an accident you can be assured our group of clinics; Longhorn Injury can address your pain to get you healing as quickly as possible with no insurance hassles. We have all the procedures to address everything from back pain to whiplash. So in the unfortunate event of an accident trust your rehabilitation to our group of clinics; Spine & Injury Associates.

Aim of Pain Management Program

Use a number of practical techniques and psychological strategies to enable a person with on-going pain to maintain physical performance, optimize day to day function and reduce distress and suffering.

  • Improve the fitness, mobility and posture; counteract the effects of disuse
  • Counteract unhelpful beliefs and improve mood and confidence
  • Avoid adverse drug effects  
  • Improve stress management

Auto Accident Injury Treatment

We use the latest analgesics (pain-killers) and anti-inflammatory medications, often in combination, to achieve the best pain relief with minimal adverse effects.

Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) 

Highly effective for pain where there is an inflammatory component. 
Adverse effects may include gastrointestinal irritation, bleeding and kidney problems. Adverse effects can be minimized by taking the medication after food and using it for short periods. NSAIDs are contra-indicated (not appropriate) for use by asthmatics.

COX 2 (Cyclo-Oxygenase) Inhibitors

This is a newer group of anti-inflammatory medication, similar to NSAIDs and is highly effective for pain where there is an inflammatory component. Adverse effects similar to NSAIDs, but less problems with gastrointestinal irritation.
Weak Opioids 
These are Analgesics used in mild to moderate pain. Adverse effects may include tiredness and constipation.

Strong Opioids 
These are Analgesics used in the management of moderate to severe pain. They are Morphine-like drugs. Adverse effects may include nausea, tiredness and constipation. Available in different preparations including tablets, liquids and skin patches.