Whiplash can be one real big pain in the neck but luckily, there's an Edison/Piscataway NJ Chiropractor who has been spelling relief for over 30 years and his name is Dr. Thomas Campana!
Piscataway, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/17/2016 -- When someone gets into a car accident one of the most common injuries are those sustained to the neck region, which is commonly referred to as a whiplash injury.
In fact, according to Dr. Campana, an exceptionally knowledgeable chiropractor who has treated countless car accidents patients, has a deep understanding of the actual science and bio-mechanics of whiplash type injuries which allows him to offer his patients some of the most cutting edge noninvasive treatments for their complaints.
"The human head weighs anywhere from seven to eleven pounds yet sits upon one of the most flexible parts of our spine...the neck. And during an auto collision thousands of pounds of force can be exerted upon our neck which literally creates a whipping action to the cervical spine," says Dr. Campana.
Moreover Dr. Campana explains, when a patient suffers a whiplash injury to the neck during a car accident the stresses put on that person's cervical spine are considerable. These forces can result in traumatic injury not only to the sensitive joints of the cervical spine but can also effect those soft tissues that support our necks as well. These include the spinal muscles, ligaments as well as the discs (just to name a few) and proper treatment is paramount for not only pain relief but in regaining proper function so patients can once again go back to their normal lifestyles.
Furthermore, what is also unique about Dr. Campana's chiropractic practice is the time he spends with each patient explaining their injury and his ability to create the proper treatment plan to get his patients back on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.
"I'll take each patient by the hand and thoroughly explain their condition and the treatment plan," says Dr. Campana. "And I always encourage my patients to ask questions about their injury because when a patient understands their condition it really goes a long way in their recovery. I'll also explain each patient's treatment regiment including the procedures involved as well as the advantages of each, which definitely helps alleviate quite a bit of their anxiety and apprehension."
With his patient's care being of utmost importance, this Edison/Piscataway chiropractor employs some pretty dynamic chiropractic treatments to help ease his patient's suffering. And in order to get his patients back into the swing of things, the equipment and techniques Dr. Campana utilizes daily in his modern office is definitely cutting edge.
"When a person comes to my office after sustaining a whiplash injury to their neck...they're in a lot of pain and they want relief as quickly as possible," says Dr. Campana. "In our office our goal is to employ the most effective and modern chiropractic techniques and modalities to help accomplish this."
With this in mind, Dr. Campana utilizes a whole array of modern chiropractic treatments. This includes therapeutic ultrasound, muscle stimulation, even space age cold laser treatments and of course the most modern non invasive manual techniques of the neck and its soft tissues.
So if knowledgeable care, compassion and cutting edge chiropractic treatment of injuries resulting from car accidents is needed, Dr. Thomas Campana is the reliable driving force when it comes to helping his patients get well and he has been doing so for over three decades.
About Dr. Thomas Campana
Dr. Thomas Campana's chiropractic office (http://healthydisc.com) is located at 690 Stelton Road Piscataway, NJ 08854. He is certified and listed in the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners, a member of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists, The American Chiropractic Association, Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research and the New Jersey Chiropractic Counsel. Dr. Campana excepts most major health insurance including NJ No-Fault Ins. and can be reached at 732-424-1717.