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Auto Injuries

If you've been injured in an auto accident, you should visit a chiropractic professional. Even if you don't feel pain now, a chiropractor can help you identify potential long-term problems.

Auto Accidents are Traumatic

If you've been in an auto accident and you think you're fine, you should still get a medical opinion. Chiropractors do more than relieve your current pain: they look at your body to ensure there isn't any long-term damage.

Most of the chiropractic services we administer at Malbis Chiropractic after an accident address accident trauma, but we may also find generalized pain or ongoing conditions that merit chiropractic care.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a common source of headaches, muscle spasms, and more.

Back Pain

Spinal injuries involving the spine are incredibly painful, and they can severely affect your mobility.

Shoulder Pain

We use our arms for a variety of everyday activities. Pain in the shoulder can therefore prevent you from living a normal life.


If whiplash throws your spine out of place, we'll carefully manipulate it back.

Nerve Damage

We'll diagnose the source of your nerve damage and help you begin healing.

Limited Mobility

If you're having trouble moving, chiropractic adjustments can help you get your mobility back.

Accident Trauma

We deal with three types of cases at Malbis Chiropractic, and accident trauma is the most urgent. When AL residents come to us after an auto accident, we make sure to diagnose both the short- and long-term problems that the accident may have caused. We believe in holistic practice here, so we'll help you get back on your feet and living a happy life.

Generalized Pain

Of the three types of cases we deal with at Malbis Chiropractic, generalized pain is the most common. Countless people suffer from non-specific back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and more. This is often a result of bad posture, though it can point to undiagnosed ongoing conditions, which we describe in more detail in the next section.

Ongoing Conditions

There are a variety of conditions that benefit from chiropractic treatment: spinal problems are the most obvious, since they involve problems that can be fixed with back alignments. But our expertise in mechanical joint dysfunction means we're also able to help arthritis patients, nerve pains, headaches, and more. We'll mitigate the pain while also determining what's causing it.