It is unfortunate if you or a loved one has been in a car accident and are suffering as a result. We are here to help!
After being in two rear end collisions and experiencing the after-effects, Dr. Walia has made it our number one goal and priority to restore your health. While diagnosing and treating Seattle car accident injuries for over the past 14 years we have found that the most common areas of auto accident injuries are the head, neck and back. It doesn’t stop there! Other commonly injured body parts include internal organs, legs and arms.
- Neck Pain
- Midback pain
- Sleeping Difficulties
- Jaw Pain
- Low back pain
- Arm Numbness
- Arm Tingling
- Arm Weakness
- Leg Numbness
- Leg Tingling
- Leg Weakness
- Shooting Pain
what is whiplash?
Whiplash is an auto injury that affects the mechanical function of the neck. Whiplash typically occurs during a motor vehicle accident. Studies have shown that whiplash can occur with low speed impact. Pain, limited neck motion, and headaches are some symptoms of whiplash. Read More…
do i have a disc injury?
Discs in the spine may become herniated or bulge after a car accident injury. At Seattle Chiropractic Spine and Injury Center we have developed a protocol to diagnose disc injuries early so precise chiropractic treatment and rehabilitation can be provided to help prevent long term injuries.
If you have been in a car accident in the Seattle area or surrounding areas don’t settle for mediocre — call Dr. Walia and his team at Seattle Chiropractic Spine and Injury Center for a thorough assessment.
We work with all auto accident injuries and attorneys. Liens are accepted. We are the preferred auto accident specialists in all of Seattle, WA and have helped thousands of individuals recover from auto accident related injuries.
If you have been in an auto accident recently, there are some important decisions you have to make. It’s crucial to make these decisions immediately and not delay.
The first step to relieve from an auto accident injury is to schedule a free consultation in our office to discuss the specifics of your case.