Auto Accidents


Dr. Moscow has successfully treat over one thousand patients who were injured in an automobile accident.  Dr. Moscow has 14 years experience in treating patients who were injured in a car accident.  

It is imperative that you seek medical care in the first 14 hours following an accident in order to access your benefits. 

At Dr. Moscow & Associates we have chiropractic, medical and various types of massage therapy all under one roof in order to best treat your injuries.  Our medical doctor has the ability to determine whether you have an “emergency medical condition” which will allow access to your full insurance benefits.  There is no need to go to a second office in order to be evaluated.  

We treat auto accident injuries including whiplash, sprain-strains of the neck, back, arms or legs, headaches, disc injuries, sciatica, and radiating pain or numbness into the arms or legs.  


How is whiplash diagnosed? Whiplash is one of the most common injuries sustained in an automobile accident and may occur even in minor accidents.  Signs of whiplash may begin immediately or over the course of the next week or two. Learn More


Sprain/strains are very common occurrences after a car accident and may occur anywhere in the body from your neck to your back or even in your shoulders, arms, hips, and legs.  Sprain/strains occur as a result of damaged muscles and ligaments. Learn More


Many patients experience headaches after an automobile accident.  It is important to seek  medical attention right away even if they are mild.  Post-traumatic headaches could indicate that something more serious is going on tan injury to your neck. Learn More

Disc Injuries

Disc injuries may occur when there is too much pressure placed on the spine and often occurs as a result of an automobile accident.  You have 23 discs in your spine, one between each vertebrae (with the exception of the space between the first and second vertebrae) Learn More


Sciatica is a condition that causes pain, burning, numbness or tingling into the lower extremities.  Sciatic pain may increase with sitting or standing and usually involves only one side of the body.  Pain can range from severe and debilitating to occasional and irritating. Learn More