State Farm Auto Agreements Provide Chiropractic Benefits at Downtown Tampa Fl Chiropractor 33602

Dr. Joe Papia, Chiropractor Downtown Tampa Fl 33602

State Farm auto insurance offers chiropractic benefits to policy holders.

If you have been a victim of an auto accident injury your State Farm auto insurance plan will finance for chiropractic benefits.

The chiropractic benefits your State Farm auto insurance contract covers payment for is chiropractic adjustments.

State Farm chiropractic benefits include chiropractic examinations, adjustments and therapy without a referral from a medical doctor.

Dr. Joe Papia a chiropractor in downtown Tampa Fl 33602 is a provider for State Farm insurance auto injury chiropractic benefits.

State Farm chiropractic benefits include Dr. Joe Papia, chiropractor in downtown Tampa Fl 33602, chiropractic examinations and treatment.

Each State Farm insurance policy can vary depending on the auto insurance contract you purchased.

One phone call to our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602, and we can find out your State Farm auto insurance chiropractic benefits.

Often we can verify your State Farm insurance chiropractic benefits before your visit to our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602.

Inquire at our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602 today and your State Farm insurance chiropractic benefits will be verified immediately.

If you have suffered an auto accident injury and have State Farm as your auto insurance contract, call our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602 for chiropractic benefits which include chiropractic consultations and therapy.

Our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602 treats auto injuries and whiplash injuries resulting in back pain, neck pain and muscle sprains and strains.

Give our chiropractic office in downtown Tampa Fl 33602 a call today, to receive your chiropractic benefits and chiropractic adjustments and therapy.

Traction Therapy

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Interferential Current Therapy

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Factors that Help Healing:


  1. Controlling the Inflammation: Inflammation inhibits the healing process. This is why it is so important to control and diminish inflammation.
  2. Ice Pack: Cold compression helps to decrease inflammation by decreasing the tissue damage at the cellular level. Cold also constricts tissue reducing cell damage, and decreasing fluid release.
  3. Nutrition Rich Diet
    • Vitamin C: Main precursor to tissue repair and collagen formation.
    • Copper: Mineral needed in soft tissue or collagen repair.
    • Protein: Specifically lysine and proline are amino acids required for soft tissue (collagen) repair.
  4. Controlled Active and Passive Motion
    • Increases Circulation
    • Decreases Swelling
  5. Muscle Stimulation
    • Increase oxygen rich blood and nutrients needed for soft tissue healing.

Factors that Inhibit Healing:


  1. Age and Severity of Condition
    • Longer we have a problem it can heal wrong and now become permanent
    • Age-Decreased metabolism and therefore the body’s ability to heal itself.
  2. Osteoarthritis: Result of old injuries that have permanently healed wrong to some degree.
  3. Tissue type: Not all tissue heals same due decrease levels of circulation
    • Cartilage-Heals very Slow
    • Muscle-Heals quick
    • Tendons-Heal slow
    • Ligaments-Heal very slow
    • Nerves-Heal very slow if at all
    • Discs-Heal very Slow
  4. Swelling: Inhibits the body’s’ normal healing process. The repair phase occurs after inflammation and swelling.
  5. Hemorrhage: Damaged cells release chemicals irritants that are pro-inflammatory and inhibit the healing process.
  6. Scar Tissue from old injuries: Alter and inhibit the repair phase of healing.
  7. Infection: Releases cellular chemicals irritants that cause pain and are pro-inflammatory.
  8. Poor Nutrition
    • Lack Vitamin C: Needed for collagen formation in the repair phase of healing
    • Lack Copper: Needed for collagen formation
    • Lack Protein: Specifically lysine and proline are needed for collagen (repair) tissue.
  9. Medications that inhibit collagen formation:
    • NSAIDS: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory
    • Aspirin
    • Motrin
    • Ibuprofen
    • Corticosteroids
  10. Smoking
    • Significantly decrease oxygen supply to the tissue
    • Stimulates vasoconstriction, decreasing oxygen and nutrition to the affected area.
    • Increases platelet adhesiveness

Ultrasound Therapy

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