I am St. Charles Parish injury attorney Loyd Bourgeois. I am here to help you get the answer to this question and more today on our first installment of Loyd’s Legal Insights. Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down with local chiropractor Dr. Mitchell Brien at his office on Highway 90 in Luling, Louisiana. We wanted to get some insight from his perspective on some of the frequently encountered issues he sees in his personal injury patients. I hope you will join us as we sit down with Dr. Mitchell Brien and learn more about the chiropractic process in personal injury claims.
What is Chiropractic Care?
The Insight from Dr. Brien:
We work closely with the joints, mainly neck and back, but also shoulder, hips, and knees and every other joint in the body to try and restore proper biomechanics to the body. After these injuries, a lot of the mechanics are disrupted, and we want to make sure that those mechanics are reestablished into the body. After a car accident type injury, the muscles will a lot of times tighten. We want to make sure that we relax those tightened muscles. When muscles tighten, it has a domino effect, so the joint gets involved and it gets restricted. So we want to increase that range of motion back to that joint. And that's the focus of those types of treatments is to restore that mobility back to the body that is taken away due to those types of injuries.
So there you have it – some simple truth from a proven medical leader right here in Luling. Remember if you are hurt in car crash here in St. Charles Parish or if you are looking for a local St. Charles Parish attorney to represent you in your injury claim –
Give me a call at 985-240-9773.
Injury consultations are free. And, we will take care of you from our Luling office – right here on the River Road.