Ocala Car Accident

ocala car accident

Ocala car accident-My airbags didn’t deploy! Many think that their airbags are not functioning properly when they do not deploy upon impact in a motor vehicle accident. Actually, airbags are designed to deploy only when the impact occurs at 40 mph or greater. This design is set in place because the deployment of airbags sometimes..

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Accident Injuries-The Truth

Accident Injuries “Minimal Damage, Minimal Injuries — Right?” Actually, you could think that if your vehicle doesn’t have much damage after a motor vehicle crash that you may have slipped by without any injuries. This is a common misconception by many and results in long term pain and problems due to untreated injuries that present..

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Unfortunately, accidents do happen, someone pulling in front of you or possibly hitting you in the rear.  But what is the best thing for you to do after the accident.  How to you prevent that injury to your neck, lower back, rib or shoulder from bothering you a life time.          ..

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Ocala Florida Car Accident Injury Rehab

At Fakhoury Medical and Chiropractic Center, we see a great deal of car accident injury victims in desperate need of treatment.  Our treatment covers such common occurrences such as back pain, whiplash, neck pain, migraines and headaches. Automobile accidents can cause a plethora of physical problems ranging from mild to serious. One of the most..

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Seatbelts and Safety

Seatbelts, good or bad? Well the correct answer is both. Use of a seatbelt, definitely restrains the occupant and avoids blunt trauma of the body to parts of the car; such as the dash, steering wheel and windshield.  It is well documented that the use of restraints saves lives, reduces one from severe injuries and..

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Dr. Joe Reaches New Heights!

For those that will be following, here is the “before” pic of Dr. Joe Hutchinson prior to his “Climb for Captives” of Mount Adams.  This is a charity climb to help fund services for the victims of human trafficking.  Thank you Dr. Joe for caring and helping those that  are less fortunate.