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You cannot fully recover from the car accident until you resolve the emotional issues. Those issues can be profound, especially when you don’t know what is happening and why.
Our therapist can help you move beyond:
- Fear of driving
- Loss of sleep
- Anxiety or Panic Attacks
- Not wanting to leave the house
- Inability to concentrate
- Missing work
- Thinking about the accident
First we guide you through deep relaxation exercises to calm the central nervous system. Next we create a safe, healing environment to reprocess the trauma. Within time, you will:
- Feel calmer
- Sleep better
- Drive with renewed confidence
- Work productively
- Enjoy positive relationships with friends and family.
Integrative Naturopathic care can offer effective relief to many the symptoms and conditions resulting from a motor vehicle accident, including PTSD, anxiety, chronic and acute pain, physical misalignment, headaches, and sleep disorders. Naturopathic physicians are trained and licensed in the state of Oregon as primary care physicians. In addition to implementing conventional and pharmaceutical therapies, naturopathic physicians also call upon botanical medicine, clinical nutrition, homeopathy, hydrotherapy and physical medicine in their treatment plans. The therapies work together synergistically to address imbalances by physiologically reducing pain and inflammation in the body and realigning the body structurally. Mental and emotional symptoms are addressed through therapies that support neurotransmitters and reset neurological patterns in the body and brain while also providing relaxation and restoration. The whole person and their unique expression of symptoms are managed and vitality and well-being are restored.
Acupuncture helps to relax and reset your nervous system. It helps to reduce stress and anxiety. It is also especially helpful if physical injuries were sustained in the accident. It promotes healing by changing circulatory patterns and releasing endorphins to reduce pain.