Bodies are meant to move...
BUT YOUR BODY PROBABLY ISN’T MOVING THE WAY IT WAS MEANT TO.
Our bodies have several ways to accomplish any number of physical tasks. Due to the sedentary and automated lifestyle of this and the last few centuries, most of us rely solely on our backup systems. We over-stress our backs and under-utilize our abs. We round our shoulders and jut out our heads as a result of tight pecs and weak upper back muscles.
Using the wrong muscles and movements will take a toll on even the most fit body. For most of us, we aren’t even breathing correctly (diaphragmatically) let alone sitting, walking, hiking, or working out correctly. Eventually these wrong movements start showing up as nagging aches and pains.
AN AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY CAN MAGNIFY EXISTING PROBLEMS.
When the fight or flight response hits, we tense what we're used to tensing. The trauma of an auto accident injury, even a small one, can aggravate and exacerbate existing problem areas. So what used to be just a tight muscle is now a threat to your long-term health and mobility.
IT IS POSSIBLE TO RESTORE OUR BODIES AND LIVE PAIN FREE.
It's easy to think that these aches and pains are normal, just because they're commonplace. But it doesn't have to be that way. Pain is never, ever random in the body. Pain is your body's signal to the brain that something isn't right. A knotted muscle is your body trying to pull itself back into alignment. Learning to read the messages your body is sending you is the first step in undoing the damage of an auto accident injury.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO COVERED PAIN THERAPY — USE IT!
Every car insurance plan in Oregon is required to include Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. That means your existing car insurance covers you for pain relief treatment for an auto accident injury at no additional cost — regardless of the severity of the accident, who was at fault, or other conditions, period. If you were in a car accident of any kind you get a minimum of $15,000 of treatment. Don't shrug off the pain — give your body the care it needs and deserves.