Motor Vehicle Accident and Car Wreck Services

Motor Vehicle Accident and Car Wreck Services at The Hayden Institute

Auto accidents can be stressful events. In addition to the damages to your car, and the inconvenience an auto accident places in your life, a car wreck can also be a cause of pain, weakness, numbness, whiplash, fractures, and a variety of other symptoms.

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, drivers in Houston sees more car wrecks than any other Texas city leading many Houstonians to experience pain, weakness, whiplash and other related symptoms. Harris County reported 66,428 auto accidents in 2011.  Nearly half of these accidents reported injuries. In the state of Texas, 1 person is injured every 2 minutes and 29 seconds, and there is a car wreck every 83 seconds!

Houston Car Accident Statistics - Don't Text and Drive

Houston Car Accident Statistics – Don’t Text and Drive

At The Hayden Institute, we help patients that experience pain, weakness, and other symptoms related to their motor vehicle accident. Incorporating rehabilitative techniques from Applied Kinesiology, Quantum Neurology, chiropractic manipulation, acupuncture, stretching and exercise programs, and other soft tissue services, patients are able to overcome their acute symptoms, while strengthening their body for optimal performance once the pain is relived. Our doctors work hand in hand with your insurance provider, legal representative, and the at fault party’s insurance provider so that you do not have to have increased stress in your rehabilitation program following the auto accident. Our number one goal is to help you to become symptom and pain free, as quickly as possible.

If you have recently been involved in an auto accident, and are continuing to experience symptoms that you thought would go away on their own, contact our office to schedule a consultation and exam today. Our office not only will help you overcome the lingering symptoms that you are experiencing from the car wreck, but works with the MedPay and/or Personal Injury carrier responsible for the expenses.

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