Acupuncture can help increase healing from injuries resulting from auto accidents such as whiplash, back pain, muscle spasms, and headaches and get you back to feeling pain-free in no-time!
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury Definition:
If you were recently in an auto accident, acupuncture can help!At Starting Point, we find most often people seek out acupuncture when they have “tried” everything else and are still in intense pain, having muscle spasms, headaches, poor sleep due to the accident. The addition of acupuncture in treatment plans have been shown to reduce or eliminate pain as much as 75% in only a few treatments. Why drag on the pain and suffering, get relief now!
Do you need a referral for care?In Washington State, you do not need a referral for acupuncture if you have been in an accident. Most PIP (Personal Injury Protection) coverage covers acupuncture. Get pain free, Get back to work, and Get on with a healthy life!
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury Symptoms:
Most common symptoms resulting from a motor vehicle accident are:
- neck pain
- mid-back pain
- low back pain
- muscle tightness/spasms
- sleep issues
- low energy/fatigue
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury Treatments:
At Starting Point Acupuncture in Bothell, we offer several treatment options to help reduce pain from auto accidents. Natural medicine and acupuncture should be your first line in treatment, as our pain specialist does proper testing and diagnosis, and provides appropriate treatment which may include acupuncture, cupping, and pain relief injections.
Dr. Ellie Heintze, ND, LAc, is a naturopathic doctor and acupuncturist in Bothell, WA at her practice Starting Point Acupuncture. She is a pain specialist, seeing people who suffer from chronic pain, migraines, as well as digestive issues. Offering pain relief injections, acupuncture, and nutrition consults. Most insurances accepted. Dr. Ellie Heintze is also the author of the book, A Starting Point Guide to Going Gluten-Free on Amazon. As the director of the nonprofit, The Pain Relief Project, she also offers sliding scale, low-cost care for those on Medicare or uninsured.