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It’s early in the morning, and you’re driving in the hazy light of predawn. Your new job requires you to be up before 5:00 a.m. and on the road by 6:00 a.m. You’ve only been making this commute for less than a week now, so you have an idea of how to get there, but you have still been relying on your GPS to guide your route. You reach for your daily dose of coffee and take a scalding sip before putting the mug back in its cup-holder and shifting to zoom out and see the turn ahead.

Just a few seconds of distraction is enough to miss the car pulling out dangerously in front of you, and when you slam on your brakes, the Jeep behind you slides into the rear of your vehicle. Your mind goes into auto-pilot as you handle the situation, surveying the damage after everyone pulls off to the side. You hit your head on the back of the headrest, but don’t feel any bruising or bleeding, so you get out of the car to make sure the other drivers are okay as well. Your neck is excruciatingly sore from being jerked as the seatbelt caught your body, and you know that tomorrow it will only be worse.


When you get into an automotive accident, things both slow down and speed up all at once. So much concern floods through your thoughts. You’ll wonder if anyone is severely injured, how badly your car is damaged, if the other parties involved have car insurance, how you should document the accident, and whether the situation is your fault, someone else’s, or if it was mutual. It isn’t until later that you are usually able to calm down enough to fully assess your own physical condition.

Sometimes symptoms from motor vehicle accidents do not show up right away, and often you will feel much sorer the following day or week than directly following the crash. Immediate assistance from paramedics is necessary, but it won’t always catch significant injuries that you may have incurred through the impact. It is crucial for victims of motor vehicle accidents (including motorcycle accidents) to get chiropractic care from a board-certified chiropractor and physician. 


You will need a proper evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment plan, which you can only receive from a licensed chiropractor. Anyone who resides within the tri-state area and has recently been in an accident should come to Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates, in Newtown Square, PA, for the absolute best chiropractic care personalized to your specific case.

Dr. Nadler specializes in sports injuries as well as injuries acquired through motor vehicle accidents and has been able to successfully rehabilitate hundreds of people who have dealt with shoulder pain, back pain (injury-related, as well as chronic back pain), neck pain, and even carpal tunnel. Most physicians will only prescribe pain medication that reduces your brain’s perception of pain, rather than treating the source. With Dr. Nadler, you can be assured that your care will incorporate much more natural methods of healing, such as radial shockwave therapy, physical therapy, deep tissue massage therapy and electrical stimulation.

Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates can quell your pain and resolve your injury using the latest chiropractic techniques and medical tools. For more information on our Newtown Square, PA, practice, please contact our office today.

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For more information regarding shockwave sports medicine, chiropractic, rehab & myofascial therapy in Pennsylvania, feel free to contact Dr. David W. Nadler & Associates with questions at 1-877-DOC-NECK at your earliest convenience. Dr. Nadler and his staff will inform you on your best path to pain-free living following an initial consultation and patient evaluation.

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