Portland OR Injury Chiropractor Car Accident Trauma Treatments Launched

Portland, OR injury chiropractor practice Marcum Chiropractic Clinic has introduced pain-free and drug-free car accident trauma treatments. The clinic offers individualized car accident treatments by certified and qualified chiropractic professionals with surgical and emergency room experience.

Portland, United States - August 17, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Portland OR auto injury chiropractor practice Marcum Chiropractic Clinic announced the launch of car accident trauma treatments for victims of any category of auto injury. The clinic provides safe and natural chiropractic treatments for back and neck pain associated with whiplash, muscle tension, ligament, and joint tears.

More information about Marcum Chiropractic Clinic is available at https://www.marcumchiropractic.com

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that more than 3 million Americans are injured each year in motor accidents. Automobile accidents typically affect the most vulnerable structures of the human body—the back, spine, neck, joints, head, and soft tissues.

The team at Marcum Chiropractic Clinic specializes in patient-centered progressive chiropractic care for victims of vehicle accidents. Headed by Dr. Todd J. Hartwig the team is specially trained in whiplash and brain-injury traumatology as well as specialized car accident injury treatments.

Dr. Hartwig is an auto accident injury care specialist with years of experience working with emergency room doctors, surgeons, and personnel. He is backed by a team of certified and qualified acupuncturists, massage therapists, and sports medicine practitioners to offer individualized care regimens through a multidisciplinary treatment approach.

Postoperative chiropractic care at Marcum Chiropractic Clinic does not require health insurance or a physician’s referral. The clinic orders all necessary MRI and X-ray imaging, and is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment.

Portland chiropractic treatments for auto accident injuries are based on the principles of spinal manipulation and massage without painkillers, sedatives, traction, and other pain-relieving therapies. Patients can experience long-term freedom from pain and other symptoms such as swelling, sciatica, migraine headaches, and immobility.

According to a spokesperson for Marcum Chiropractic Clinic, “Being a car accident victim does not mean suffering from pain and limited mobility for an extended period. We offer freedom from pain through a multidisciplinary course of treatment, which we customize to individual patient needs.”

Marcum Chiropractic Clinic is a full-service chiropractic adjustment clinic located in Portland, OR. The practice offers holistic pain-free and safe treatments for sports injuries, auto injuries, and other symptomatic conditions.

For more information, call the clinic’s Pain-Free Hotline at (503) 388-9288 and visit the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Todd Hartwig
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Organization: Marcum Chiropractic Clinic
Address: 4310 North Interstate Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97217, United States
Phone: +1-503-388-9288
Website: http://www.marcumchiropractic.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88908543

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