Fear: The Worst Kind of Auto Injury

There are many negative things that go along with having an auto injury:


  • Pain and suffering
  • Missed work
  • Your days are filled with doctor appointments
  • Potential loss of pay
  • Potential disability
  • Possible permanent conditions
  • Which of these are the worst part about having an auto injury? Actually, the items on the list are pretty scary, but the worst thing is fear itself.

    For many people, fear multiplies drastically after they have an auto injury. They’re afraid they won’t get better.

    • Afraid that the pain they have won’t go away.
  • Afraid that your employer will replace you with someone else.
  • Afraid that you won’t get another job in your field.
  • Afraid that your marriage will fall apart as a result of this auto injury.
  • Afraid that you won’t be able to have a good relationship with your family after this auto injury.
  • The big question is how to stop the fear that starts after an auto injury. The answer is to get to your chiropractor, Dr. Helton’s office in Portland, OR. He isn’t a psychologist. But he is an expert in relieving pain. The sooner you see that your body is healing from an auto injury, the sooner your fears will flee. You’ll realize that every one of those fears is only attached to not healing.

    Chiropractic is the one profession that does everything possible to strengthen the connection between your nervous system and your immune system and every other part of your body. Once that is set in alignment, you are on the right track.

    Call Dr. Helton in Portland, OR to start healing today.

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    August 13, 2014
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      Dr. Helton, a Portland chiropractor, has been providing chiropractic health care and treatment for accident injuries for over 30 years. Dr. Helton specializes and is an expert in the evaluation and treatment of injuries from auto accidents. He has passed advanced certification training and testing by the Spine Research Institute of San Diego in the evaluation, treatment, and management of injuries from whiplash and brain traumatology.