Auto Accident Rehabilitation - Physical Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation exercises and therapeutic activity techniques following an auto accident can restore muscle and joint function and reduce pain by increasing flexibility, balance, endurance, and strength. These therapies may also help avoid the need for surgery and can prevent pain from returning.


Stretching increases blood flow to the muscle. Better flexibility may improve your performance in physical activities and decrease your risk of injuries by helping your joints move through their full range of motion and enabling your muscles to work most effectively. Stretching also promotes muscle tone and helps reduce muscle soreness and fatigue after weight training.


Balance is the ability to maintain the body’s position over its base of support within stability limits, both statically and dynamically. Balance is essential for all human movement and necessary to perform nearly every activity we perform daily.


Cardiovascular endurance is measured as the amount of oxygen carried in the blood and pumped by the heart to the active muscles in the body. Cardiovascular endurance helps boost the supply of oxygen in the body, thereby boosting strength.


Strength training increases bone density, builds a stronger heart, reduces your resting blood pressure, improves blood flow, halts muscle loss, helps control blood sugar, improves cholesterol levels, and improves your balance and coordination. Call ChiroCare Injury Rehab with any/all auto accident rehabilitation questions.