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Auto Accidents

If you've been involved in a car accident, you may have permanent injuries and not even know it!  

You owe it to yourself to see an expert that has the experience, knowledge and reputation for treating and documenting your injuries.  The fact is, you may think you just strained a few muscles in the accident and it'll get better in a few days or weeks.  What you may not know is that car accidents often cause stretching, tearing and even rupturing of muscles and even worse, the discs in your spine.  These are called herniated discs.  You may know someone who suffers with them, and you'll also realize they're always complaining of something bothering them, that's because herniated discs can be PERMANENT!  Auto accidents are one of the #1 reasons for herniated discs!  Yes, you may feel better initially following the accident, but without the proper therapy, the pain or problem from your injury is likely to return, and become worse!  Research shows that those who received the proper CHIROPRACTIC care AND physical therapy after an accident had the best LONG TERM RESULTS!  Better than medical care, better than physical therapy alone!  

Millions of car accidents occur every year, and many of those injured, visit doctors of chiropractic for their injuries.   The physicians at Boca Pain Relief & Wellness Center have cared for thousands of accident victims and have the experience and expertise you need.  It is extremely important that your healthcare provider properly document your accident and injuries so that your insurance pays your bills.  It is ESPECIALLY important to have the right healthcare providers to document your injuries if you hire an attorney.  Dr. Brustein, Dr. Mansueto and staff have a tremendous amount of experience in these matters, and have even gone to court to defend their patients. 

  We have been in Boca Raton for over 13 years and only work with the finest attorneys in South Florida.  Don't make the mistake of going with the wrong healthcare facility following your accident, it can cost you.  First, you may not receive the specified care that is needed for your type of injury.  This will allow your pain to continue or come back.  Second, it can cost you a lot of time and money for not having your injuries documented appropriately!  Don't let this happen to you!  Come to the place that has the staff, expertise, and experience.  Come to Boca Pain Relief & Wellness Center.

If you or someone you know have been injured in an accident, please call our office today so we can help. 

Call 561-338-5111

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  • "This year due to the tremendous care I received at the Wellness Center, I was able to compete and win the Northwest Airlines A Doubles Men's Championship.
    I am in my 60's and have a sore shoulder, a bone spur in my back that brings on sciatic pain, lower back pain, a neck that stiffens up and one knee that seems to stay sore all the time.
    With Dr. Brustein's and Dr. Mansueto's help the month before the tournament, I got the "Daily Double", the "Trifecta" as Dr. Brustein likes to call them, electric stimulation and ultra-sound treatments along with great chiropractic care . With their help I was in great health to play four straight days of tennis and only lost 10 games in the matches we played. I could not have done this well without the treatment and care I received from The Wellness Center.
    Thanks so much for allowing me to perform at my best, due to the treatments I received at your office."
    Rick Toucey

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