Palm Desert CA Chiropractor Auto Accident Injury Recovery Treatment Expanded

Dr Barry Nelson, a Coachella Valley-based chiropractor, has launched expanded holistic pain treatment services. His team provides injury recovery for auto accidents throughout Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage.

Rancho Mirage, United States - September 16, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Dr Barry Nelson, a specialist chiropractor in the Coachella Valley, CA, has launched expanded services throughout Palm Desert and Rancho Mirage. He provides holistic treatments and pain reduction solutions for those recovering from auto accidents or motorcycle injuries.

More information can be found at: https://www.drbarrynelson.com

The site explains that Dr Barry has over 30 years of experience in the field. His work is centered on providing science-based and results-backed holistic pain relief and injury recovery.

He heads a team of qualified and experienced professionals who have been helping patients in Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, and La Quinta regain their health and wellness since 1985. As part of their approach, they use scientifically validated and evidence-based treatments.

Their wide-ranging services aim to target the root cause of any issue and help patients to recover faster. Anyone in the local area with pain or injury as a result of an auto accident is encouraged to get in touch.

Patients will be able to receive proven and professional continued care, holistic treatment and therapy. Patient-centered treatments are provided with a focus on injury recovery, rehab and non-surgical relief.

Dr Barry Nelson helps people recover from auto accidents and treats back injuries due to vehicle wrecks, car crashes, truck incidents and more. He is a Coachella Valley specialist for auto accident recovery, and has developed a reputation for high quality results.

When someone experiences an auto accident, it can be a confusing and stressful time. There are so many factors to consider that the injured party may not be thinking of their own health in the days or even weeks that follow.

However, Dr Barry encourages those dealing with injury or pain to seek the help of his specialist team quickly. Injuries as a result of auto accidents are not always obvious, so expert care can help to spot issues before they have chance to become worse.

Treatment from a chiropractor following an auto accident is also beneficial for a variety of other reasons. Dr Barry can help to reduce inflammation in the patient, and provide pain relief without the use of drugs or surgery. Treatments can also be effective in restoring range of motion and avoiding long-term pain.

Full details of the newly expanded service can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Barry Nelson
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Organization: Dr. Barry Nelson DC
Address: 72780 Country Club Dr. Ste. 300C, Rancho Mirage, California 92270, United States
Phone: +1-760-346-0082
Website: https://www.drbarrynelson.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88977086

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