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200-Million People Traveling for the Eclipse?

The eclipse on April 8th is a monumental event we look forward to experiencing here in North Texas. All of us at Accident & Injury Chiropractic want to encourage our communities to enjoy it safely. That means, of course, wearing proper eye gear to protect our eyes from serious, and possibly permanent, damage. (Eyewear must … Read more

Enjoy Spring Break Without Regrets

It’s Spring Break over the next few weeks, and North Texans are eager to get outside and enjoy the freedom and balmier weather. And since Texas is a popular Spring Break destination for students and families from Northern states who also want to enjoy our weather and our beaches on the gulf, we can expect … Read more

DST Is Here Again

This coming Sunday, March 10th, our clocks “spring forward,” as we move into Daylight Saving Time (DST) . This sudden time change can result in increased health issues including heart attacks, strokes, and mood disorders, and more accidents and injuries for several days after it occurs. As a matter of fact, the incidences of serious … Read more

Stay Safe During the Busiest Travel Days in U. S. History

Holiday travel is back to pre-pandemic levels. Thanksgiving weekend in 2023 was the busiest ever for the US travel industry with TSA saying it now has a new agency record for the busiest ever air travel day.

Who is going to take care of your injuries?

Young frustrated woman sitting in the damaged car after a car accident, making a phone call. A close-up.

After a car wreck, your mind is likely racing with a million thoughts. In that chaos, one decision stands out as the most critical: who can you depend on to take care of your injuries? The choice you make in this critical moment can significantly impact your recovery and long-term well-being.

High Temperatures and Car Crashes

A prolonged heat wave has been baking much of the US this summer—especially the south. Texas has had record-breaking temperatures and, despite a briefly cooler weather forecast for the next few days, extreme temperatures are expected the rest of August and into September. In fact, the New York Times puts much of Texas in the … Read more

This Is the Most Important Thing After a Car Crash

After you’ve been in a car crash and you think you’re ok, your next step is usually to get out of your car and assess the damage to all the vehicles involved in the wreck. But before you do that, there’s an even more important assessment you need to make! One of the problems with … Read more

ARE YOU DRIVING CORRECTLY? PART 2 OF 3

Highway Car Driving, behind the Wheel on Road Trip.

As covered in part 1 of our blog series, with today’s innovations that make driving easier, we can tend to get complacent on the road. But new safety features and overconfidence in our knowledge of how to handle many driving situations can actually put us at added risk. Here are 3 more questions to ask … Read more