Welcome to North Atlanta Spine! Injuries can strike when and where you least expect them - from falling off a ladder at work, or tripping over a carpet at a friends’ home. If you have recently experienced a personal injury due to a car or work accident, our doctors at North Atlanta Spine can help.
Our Alpharetta personal injury doctors specialize in treating common personal injuries due to car accidents, slip and falls and repetitive stress at work. Workplace and personal injuries can include spinal damage or subluxation that can cause debilitating pain, weakness, and loss of mobility. Our goal at North Atlanta Spine is to maximize your whole body wellness and return you to a state of good health.
If you’ve been injured, call now for an appointment!
Workplace injuries are common, especially in industries that involve manual labor or the use of machinery. If you have been injured on the job, it is important that you visit your Alpharetta doctor as soon as possible to maximize your outcome and prevent future injury.
Many work-related injuries are caused by regular, everyday activities on the job. Most occupations require a worker to do the same movements with their body, day in and day out. These repetitive motions, over time, cause the body trauma. Repetitive stress injuries (like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) are some of the most common work-related injuries we deal with.
Our approach to car accident rehab does not involve the use of surgeries or pain medications. Rather, we start with the source and cause of the pain and address that for you. Our car accident doctors create customized programs that improve function and promote healing in a timely manner.
Chiropractic care focuses on rehabilitating the soft tissue that connects the muscles, ligaments, and nerves in your back. This is accomplished through massage therapy and low-impact exercises. Our Alpharetta car accident rehab doctors will start by taking a full examination, often utilizing X-rays to examine any injuries to the neck or spine. It will also involve spinal adjustments to ensure that the spine is restored to its original position and capacity for movement.