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Everett, WA 98201
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By The Back Pain Relief Center
May 22, 2019
Tags: Whiplash  

Dealing with whiplash after an accident? Find out how chiropractic care can help.

Are you an athlete who is experiencing neck pain and stiffness after a bad tackle? Are you having neck problems after a car accident? If whiplashyou said “yes” to either of these questions then chances are good that you are dealing with whiplash, an injury caused by a sudden, severe jerk of the neck. Read on to learn more about this condition, and call the Everett, WA, office of chiropractor Dr. Christopher Keezer for treatment!

What is whiplash?

This injury causes the neck to hyperextend during a sudden or violent movement often caused by a car accident, work-related injury, or sports accident. However, anything that suddenly jolts the neck out of place can lead to whiplash.

What kind of damage can whiplash cause?

Whiplash has the ability to affect the cervical vertebrae in the neck, leading to herniated discs, joint dysfunction, pinched nerves, and sprained muscles.

What are the common symptoms of whiplash?

The most common symptoms associated with whiplash are neck pain and stiffness. You may find that you aren’t able to turn your head in certain directions without experiencing pain. As a result of muscle tension and even damage to the soft tissue in the neck, you may also notice more headaches.

Depending on the extent of the damage, you may also experience numbness or tingling in the shoulders and arms. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s time to schedule an evaluation with one of the chiropractic specialists at our Everett office.

How can a chiropractor treat whiplash?

One of the most common therapeutic treatments that we offer is spinal manipulation. This treatment method involves applying manual pressure to areas of the body to readjust and realign soft tissue such as ligaments, muscles, tendons, and certain areas of the spine to reduce pain and swelling, improve functionality, and increase range of motion. Performing this adjustment also boosts blood flow, an effect that speeds up the healing process, as well.

We may also perform various gentle stretches with you to ease the muscle tension and achiness caused by your whiplash. We will walk you through the steps of each exercise so that you can also perform them comfortably within your own home or wherever else you choose.

Contact us today!

Think that you might be suffering whiplash? If so, call The Back Pain Relief Center in Everett, WA, today at (425) 259-3700 to find relief!

By The Back Pain Relief Center
April 30, 2019
Category: Pain Relief
Tags: back pain  

Chronic back pain is a common problem among American adults. In addition to its impact on physical health and quality of life, back pain isback pain also responsible for millions of dollars worth of healthcare costs and lost productivity every year. If you are one of the millions of American adults suffering from episodes of acute or chronic back pain, there are a number of options available to help you find relief and maintain or restore your quality of life. Dr. Christopher Keezer, a chiropractor in Everett, WA, offers a number of therapies and treatment options for neck and back pain.

Back Pain Diagnosis and Treatment Options

Most adults will experience at least one episode of low back pain at some point, whether from a sports or workplace injury or strain, to inflammation or degenerative disc disease. Chronic and severe back pain can interfere with basic mobility, the ability to work, to exercise and engage in physical activity, which can perpetuate the cycle of pain in many cases.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help You Manage Your Back Pain

Depending on the cause and severity of your back pain, chiropractic adjustments and non-invasive massage therapy can provide relief from muscle tension or strain. Some of the chiropractic treatments available to back pain sufferers include:

  • Spinal decompression and whole body vibration
  • Cold Laser therapy
  • TRACTION
  • Posture correction
  • Weight loss counseling and lifestyle modifications
  • Physical therapy

Back pain and injuries affect everyone differently, so your chiropractor will design a treatment plan that factors in the underlying cause and extent of your injuries, your personal health and lifestyle, and your fitness goals.

Find a Chiropractor in Everett, WA

For more information about the back pain management and treatment options available to you, contact The Back Pain Relief Center today by calling 425-259-3700 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Keezer.

By The Back Pain Relief Center
March 22, 2019
Tags: Auto Accident  

Pain from auto accidents doesn't always appear immediately. In fact, you may not notice any aches or pains until a few days or weeks accidenthave passed. Fortunately, your Everett, WA, chiropractor, Dr. Christopher Keezer, offers effective treatments for whiplash and other auto accident injuries.

Common symptoms after an accident

If your accident was only minor and didn't cause much damage to your car, you may not even realize that your symptoms are due to the accident. Unfortunately, you can still be hurt even if your car or truck looks fine. Anytime, your body moves back and forth abruptly, you're at risk of developing whiplash and other injuries. Whether you hit the dashboard or just encounter resistance from your seatbelt, you can develop painful injuries as a result of your accident.

These symptoms can occur after an accident:

  • Pain in your joints, soft tissues and muscles
  • Stiff joints that are hard to move
  • Back pain
  • Difficulty moving your head and neck without pain or stiffness
  • Numbness and tingling in hands, feet, legs or arms

How does my Everett chiropractor treat auto accident injuries?

A spinal misalignment due to an auto accident can cause back and neck pain, but misalignments can also affect your muscles, tendons and ligaments. If your spine isn't properly aligned, you may experience stiff muscles, tingling, numbness and headaches. During your visit, your Everett chiropractor may recommend spinal manipulation, a treatment that uses gentle pressure to realign your spine and improve blood flow to injured tendons, ligaments and soft tissues.

Manipulations aren't the only treatments that your chiropractor offers. Massage may be used to loosen your tight muscles, improve range of motion, break up scar tissues, improve circulation to the injured area and speed healing. Your treatment plan may also include muscle relaxation, exercises to stretch and strengthen your muscles, Traction or Cold Laser Therapy, an innovative treatment method that reduces pain and inflammation.

Has an auto accident left you in pain? Schedule an appointment with your Everett, WA, chiropractor, Dr. Christopher Keezer, by calling (425) 259-3700 to schedule an appointment.

By The Back Pain Relief Center
November 08, 2018
Tags: Neck Pain  

Neck Pain: Common Causes and Treatments

Neck pain affects millions of people every year. Signs and symptoms include pain in the neck area, muscle tightness, spasms, and stiffness. Chiropractors specialize in treatment of neck pain. The Back Pain Relief Center, located in Everett, WA, offers such treatments with Dr. Christopher Keezer at the helm. Read on to learn about the common causes and treatments for neck pain!

Causes of Neck Pain

Bad Posture: Poor posture can cause neck pain. If your day involves using a laptop or smartphone, curling up on a couch to watch TV, or reading a book, you may experience neck pain from improper posture. This is due to the possibility that you may be bending your neck and shoulders in an unhealthy position for a long period of time. 

Muscle strains: A muscle strain is the tearing or stretching of a muscle or tissue connecting muscle to bone. Overuse, such as spending too much time hunched over your smartphone or computer, can trigger muscle strains. Even minor things, such as gritting your teeth or reading in bed, can strain your neck muscles.

Injuries: Injuries can cause neck pain. A minor neck injury may result from tripping, excessive twisting of the spine, or falling from a short distance. A severe neck injury may result from whiplash in a car accident, a sports-related injury, a direct blow to the head, or fall from significant heights. 

Diseases: Although it’s rare, sometimes neck pain may be a warning sign of a spinal cord injury, meningitis, cancer, infection, or an autoimmune disease. Call your doctor if you have neck pain that persists after a few weeks, radiates down your arms or legs, or is accompanied by a headache, tingling, or numbness. 

Treatments for Neck Pain

Massage: Massages are offered in many chiropractic offices, for when it comes to treating persistent neck pain, massages are serious medicine. Experts even say that they're better at relieving pain than taking actual pain medications! Sufferers of neck pain can generally find relief after only a few massage therapy sessions. 

Neck Adjustment: Chiropractic adjustment, also called spinal manipulation, is a procedure in which a chiropractor uses a small instrument or just their hands to apply force to a spinal joint. The goal of spinal manipulation is to correct structural alignment and improve physical functioning. Neck pain, back pain, and headaches are the most common problems for which people seek chiropractic adjustment.

Call our Everett Office Today!

If you have never been to a doctor of chiropractic before, why not take the first step to a healthier you? Call The Back Pain Relief Center at 425-259-3700 now to schedule a consultation in Everett, WA. We want you to live your best life!

By The Back Pain Relief Center
September 21, 2018
Category: Pain Relief
Tags: back pain   Laser Treatment  

Pain Laser TreatmentLaser therapy treatment could finally give you the relief from back pain that you have been hoping and waiting for. It is a simple and effective technologically advanced procedure that can be administered by a chiropractor. You won’t have to agree to surgery or another invasive type of procedure -- just relax and let the laser wand do its job. Learn more about this back pain solution offered by Dr. Christopher Keezer at The Back Pain Relief Center in Everett, WA.

About Laser Therapy Treatment 
Laser therapy is a technologically advanced treatment used in various applications in medicine, and now it is used to help back pain sufferers. The Multi Radiance M4 Super Pulsed Class IV Laser delivers painless pulses of photonic energy to the nerves and muscles in the back. The energy stimulates the nerves and attracts oxygen and nutrients to the area so that it can heal faster. It is sometimes prescribed in addition to chiropractic adjustments to hasten pain relief.

How Laser Therapy Can Help You
At the minimum, back pain interrupts your life and at its worst, it can be debilitating. Laser therapy has been proven to relieve tension, numbness, pricking, aches, and pains in patients with common back ailments. Your Everett, WA chiropractor can also treat arthritis, soft tissue injuries, sprains, fibromyalgia, and carpal tunnel with this laser tool. Because the results are lasting, laser therapy allows many patients to stop taking pain medications and avoid surgery. It is very cost-effective, safe to administer, and provides reliable results without the side effects that come with other back pain solutions.

What You Should Know About Laser Treatment 
A laser therapy treatment should only take about 15 minutes per session. Though some patients feel relief after just one visit, plan to visit your chiropractor for several sessions to ensure the most reliable results. You should be able to return to your normal daily activities soon after the appointment.

Back Pain Relief Is Possible
If you've been struggling with back pain for a while, you may learn that laser therapy can finally give you the relief you want. Call 425-259-3700 today to schedule an appointment with chiropractor Dr. Christopher Keezer at The Back Pain Relief Center in Everett, WA.





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