A personal injury can have many causes: auto accidents, workplace accidents, assaults, product defects, and many more. If you are experiencing pain due to circumstances that were out of your control, it’s important to make sure that you clearly understand the extent of your injuries. Receiving proper treatment for injuries in a timely manner will minimize long-term costs and health consequences.
Getting Back to Normal
The doctors at Hosmer Chiropractic Health offer comprehensive service for evaluating and treating personal injuries. They are experts in rehabilitative therapy for accidents and create individualized treatment and recovery plans to help you return to regular activities pain-free. Our doctors can also educate you on potential-long term consequences of your injury and provide strategies for minimizing them. Our treatments may include:
- Manual therapy—Occasional adjustments, combined with soft tissue rehabilitation, designed to restore normal movement and position joints.
- Soft tissue rehabilitation—Noninvasive therapies designed to return tight or damaged soft tissues throughout the body to regular motion, including massage therapy, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, stretching, and range-of-motion exercises.
- Home care—Personalized programs designed to help speed recovery times, restore strength and mobility, and improve posture. We provide postural education, active range of motion exercises, and educate on use of ice packs and nutritional supplements that may be helpful.
Working with Insurance
Hosmer Chiropractic Health works with many types of insurance. Our office will counsel you on how to file a personal injury claim, or you can review our insurance information page for more details.
In Oregon, personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is mandatory for nearly all auto insurance policies. With PIP coverage, you and any passengers are insured regardless of which party is at fault (typically up to $15,000). It also covers you if you are a pedestrian or a cyclist. PIP insurance covers medical expenses and lost wages. It will also pay for care of injuries, from co-pays for chiropractic care to out-of-pocket prescription costs and similar expenses.