What to Expect?

We are not just another car accident clinic, we are a group of Miami chiropractors who care about you and your situation. We will help and guide you through this very painful process.

On your first visit, plan on spending at least 1 hour at our accident injury clinic. A few minutes will be spent filling out necessary paperwork and the rest of the time will be visiting with an auto accident chiropractor who will be examining you and answering all of your questions and concerns.

Can you provide attorney assistance or legal counseling?

Yes, we can put you in touch with a Personal Injury Attorney who specializes in helping persons such as yourself after suffering a motor vehicle accident or a slip and fall accident. We refer our patients to attorneys that specialize in personal injury law and they are attorneys you can trust.

Who Can Diagnose an Emergency Medical Condition?

The new PIP law says only an MD, DO, PA, ARNP, or Dentist can diagnose an EMC.

What is an EMC?

Definition of Emergency Medical Condition

Emergency Medical Condition is defined as “a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity, which may include severe pain, such that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in serious jeopardy to patient health, and/or serious impairment to bodily functions, and/or serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part.”

Chiropractor visits are limited to $2,500. If more treatment is required after the $2500 has been met, the patient is required to be evaluated by an MD, DO, PA, ARNP or Dentist to be given an EMC. Once an EMC is given, the patient is allowed up to $10,000 in medical benefits and work loss payments.

Please call our accident injury clinic to speak with one of our representatives or with an auto accident chiropractor.

What is the 14 Day Rule?

Florida’s new Personal Injury Protection (PIP) law HB 119, passed in the Senate on March 10, 2012. The new bill provides strict and rather biased definitions of what constitutes medical treatments and covered injuries. Accident victims now must seek medical treatment within a narrow 14 days (two week) window from the date of the accident.

What this means is that you have to seek care from a medical professional within 2 weeks after the accident, if not, your auto insurance can deny or refuse your claims for medical benefits.

Please call our accident care and treatment center for a complimentary consultation. An auto accident doctor will be able to help you immediately.

Do I need a referral from my medical doctor for care?

NO. A referral is not necessary. You may call and schedule an appointment any time.

What are the Symptoms of Whiplash?

Symptoms of whiplash may be delayed for 24 hours or more after the initial trauma. However, people who experience whiplash may develop one or more of the following symptoms, usually within the first few days after the injury:

  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Headaches
  • Pain in the shoulder or between the shoulder blades
  • Low back pain
  • Pain or numbness in the arm and/or hand
  • Pain or numbness in the leg and / or foot
  • Dizziness, nausea, vomiting, ringing in the ear
  • Difficulty concentrating or remembering
  • Irritability, sleep disturbances, fatigue

Whiplash is no joke. Please make sure and contact our accident care and treatment center so that we can begin treating you immediately. One of our Miami chiropractors will take care of you and treat you accordingly.

Call now and schedule your no obligation, free initial consultation with our car accident chiropractic specialist.

Why do I have so much pain?

Anyone involved in a motor vehicle accident will suffer from what’s called Whiplash. Whiplash is
is characterized by a collection of symptoms that occur following damage to the neck. Whiplash is caused by an abrupt backward and/or forward jerking motion of the head, often as a result of a car accident.