Motor Vehicle Therapy


What is a motor vehicle injury?


Motor vehicles are operated everywhere in the world and have a risk for catastrophic injury or death. Accidents happen with so many cars on the road, and the injuries caused are often chronic and serious, sometimes life threatening. Oftentimes, car accident injuries can be felt long after an accident occurs, and these symptoms can affect your ability to work, move and generally engage in life. Pain, loss of function in limbs and traumatic brain injuries are common in the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident.


What is motor vehicle therapy?


Motor vehicle therapy involves the diagnosis, approach and treatment of the injuries you receive in a car accident in an attempt to lessen symptoms or even cure ailments caused. Taking the step to get motor vehicle therapy and finding a treatment plan can allow you to cope, improve symptoms of your injuries and reduce pain. This ultimately means you get back to your life and hobbies sooner. There are several symptoms and conditions that injuries from motor vehicle accidents can cause, and understanding them better can help you formulate an approach to improving your wellbeing.


Why should I choose Channels of Wellness

for my motor vehicle therapy?


Motor vehicle injury is an unfortunate, stressful event that can be hard to pursue alone. Channels of Wellness brings natural wellness solutions to the table with the goal of making you feel like you again. Symptoms and conditions experienced by people in motor vehicle accidents may be eased or improved with routine treatments we provide. We are here to help and assess your symptoms so we can curate a treatment care plan made specially for you. We offer a range of services including herbal medicine, moxibustion, acupuncture, cupping, massage therapy, DDS electro-massage and much more. Let us show you how our healing techniques might provide you with additional care, treatment and support that conventional medicine may not be able to. Come to us with your acute and chronic health issues from motor vehicle accidents and see the difference we can make in your mind and body today.

Common Symptoms

These are some symptoms and conditions frequently experienced after motor vehicle accidents. Do you experience any of the following symptoms or conditions?


Back Pain

Back pain involves aches and pains in the back region, but it has been known to also run down the buttocks and legs. Pain in other regions of the body can stem from issues caused by back pain as well. It depends on nerves affected and other factors involved. Back pain is common in car accidents, as is spinal damage.



Sciatica is a type of back pain related directly to the sciatic nerve. This area runs down the leg from the lower back. Sciatica most often feels like a burning or shooting pain that radiates in that area, and in some cases, numbness or tingling.



Fibromyalgia involves musculoskeletal pain that is often felt widespread throughout the body, causing insomnia, fatigue and mood problems. It may occur after traumatic injury or high stress situations, like car accidents.


Neck Pain

Neck pain is any kind of aching, burning or throbbing pain in the neck. The shoulders and back can also be associated with neck pain as the body attempts to overuse other muscles to compensate. Structures in the neck such as muscles, vertebrae, nerves, blood vessels, esophagus and more may be affected by neck pain. Neck pain is highly common in car accidents due to the frequent occurrence of whiplash.


Weight Loss

Weight loss is usually understood as loss in a person’s body weight as a result of a condition, disease, or high stress. It is often experienced with other symptoms and can be gradual or rapid in nature.



Worried thoughts, tension and even physical effects can arise from anxiety. Anxiety disorders are wide ranging with several types, though some well-known examples are separation anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, generalized anxiety disorder and specified phobias.



Depression is a medical condition that affects how an individual feels overall, with negative implications on a person’s health and wellbeing. It is associated with several symptoms, some of which include changes in sleep patterns, loss of appetite, weight loss or gain, increased fatigue, difficulty concentrating, suicidal thoughts and many more. It can arise from a wide variety of events, and as it sometimes lacks physical indicators, it can go untreated. Daily life becomes difficult to navigate.



Insomnia is a sleep disorder that affects a person’s ability to sleep. It is often associated with mood and mental health disorders that can result from traumatic injury or experiences, like a car accident, and harms your overall health and wellness.