How Oxford Chiropractic and Cox® Technic Can Help After a Motor Vehicle Accident

If you’ve experienced a Oxford motor vehicle accident (MVA), it can leave you with significant back and/or neck pain due to a spine injury. Fortunately, the Oxford chiropractic care with Cox® Technic at Satterwhite Chiropractic can help alleviate your auto accident pain. Let’s explore how this form of treatment can help those suffering from severe back pain after a car accident.


A recent review of published papers on auto accident impairment ratings described a wide range of impairment after a MVA - 2% - 23% for car occupants and 2.8% to 46% for cyclists – with cervical spine and neck injuries being the biggest risks for permanent injury status. This led the authors to suggest the development of a global way of assessing medical impairment after MVAs to lower psychological and financial burdens for both the injured person and the community. (1) In creating guidelines to manage traffic injuries, an expert panel pointed out that injured persons wished to partner with the healthcare team, wanted a clearer understanding of the healthcare and insurance system earlier after their injury, required support for their emotional distress, and valued uncomplicated explanations with easy-to-understand words. (2) For those who were concerned about returning to work, researchers found that those who held higher expectations of returning to work were more likely to do so. (3) Satterwhite Chiropractic encourages you to be optimistic and invites you to be a part of the team for healing!!


With our use of gentle chiropractic care including Cox® Technic as part of the treatment plan for post-auto accident spine injury, our Oxford patients have reason to be optimistic. Cox Technic is an advanced form of chiropractic care that works to decrease inflammation and reduce back pain. It is commonly used in cases of bulging and herniated discs, sciatica, facet syndrome, degenerative disc disease, persistent low back or neck pain after back surgery, and other forms of chronic lower back or neck pain. The technique works by using gentle yet firm pressure to treat the spine. This helps to restore mobility, reduce inflammation, and ease pain.

Benefits Of Cox Technic & How Does It Work?

One of the biggest benefits of Cox Technic is that it delibers relief from chronic lower back or neck pain without using drugs or undergo surgery. During a session, the patient lies down on their stomach (or other modified position for comfort) while the chiropractor places his/her/hands on the spine to put pressure to specific points on the spine in order to achieve the most relief from pain and discomfort. This technique has been effective for treating many types of spinal injuries related to motor vehicle accidents such as whiplash and herniated discs which can be quite painful if not treated well. 

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Robert Borzone on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he illustrates the relief with The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management for a patient with pain issues after an auto accident.

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Motor vehicle accidents can cause serious injuries that trigger long-term back pain issues if left untreated. Fortunately, chiropractic care integrating Cox Technic can deliver relief from these kinds of injuries by reducing inflammation, returning mobility, and improving posture without having to undergo surgery or take meds with unwanted side effects. If you’ve recently been involved in a car accident and are experiencing chronic lower back or neck pain due to a spine-related injury, then schedule a visit to your Oxford chiropractor at Satterwhite Chiropractic about getting treatment started today!

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