Personal Injury Chiropractor in Coon Rapids MN


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Clinic Hours

Monday: 7:30am - 11:00am | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 7:30am - 11:00am | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 7:30am - 11:00am
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Personal injuries in Coon Rapids MN can be difficult for patients to confront. When you’ve been a victim of your own injury, it can be tempting to make yourself suffer through the pain, simply because you’re the one who caused the accident. However, no matter how much you want to deny yourself, no matter how much blame you place on yourself, and no matter how sure you are that you’ll be fine if you keep taking pain relief medication, you should waste no time seeking treatment. When you’ve suffered any injury, regardless of the cause, the extent of the damage done can’t be known until you’ve been checked out by a chiropractor trained in soft tissue injuries. Rather than hoping that your pain will subside and your injury will heal itself, make the practical decision to get help and come to the Caring Chiropractic Clinic in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. In the case of a car accident, the no-fault laws in Minnesota entitle you to the benefits of treatment for the injuries of a car accident regardless of who is at fault. With our chiropractic and massage therapy treatments, we’ll have you feeling better in no time without any signs that your personal injury ever happened.


Chiropractic care and massage therapy have many uses in treating injuries, managing pain, and reducing tension and stress relief to promote better physical and mental health. When you’ve suffered a personal injury, it is vital to seek immediate treatment for the recovery of the pain and suffering that you are dealing with. Research shows that the sooner treatment begins after soft tissue injury, you have the best chance of full recovery before scar tissue begins developing which can start as early as 3 months after the accident. Because of the traumatic nature of many injuries that affect your musculoskeletal system, it’s crucial that you make personal injury treatment a priority so that you don’t make your injury worse, increase your pain, or create a chronic and lasting problem. When you put off treatment and run the risk of exacerbating your injury, you could also end up facing a lifetime of injury rehabilitation that could have been prevented with earlier treatment. So don’t wait; let our massage therapist and chiropractor check for lasting damage, heal your personal injury, and provide lasting pain relief.

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Chiropractic care has always been known as a viable injury treatment option, but in 2014, it finally received the recognition it deserved for its legitimate medical benefits and capabilities. It is now an insurance-approved treatment option for all injuries, including whiplash from personal injuries of auto accidents, making it the perfect solution for an injury that’s causing your pain that can be treated with simple and affordable chiropractic care or massage therapy. Now, when you suffer a personal injury, you don’t have to take pain medication for fleeting pain relief that targets only your symptoms; you can seek personal injury treatment that will aim to treat your injury at its source, providing pain relief as an added bonus.

If you’re:

  • suffering reoccurring pain from your injury such as neck, shoulder, mid and low back pain, headaches of arm and leg pain that will not go away
  • waiting for your pain to go away on its own but it keep getting worse
  • taking medication to dull the pain without treating your actual injury that keep coming back day after day

Stop looking for a way out of your pain, and confront it head-on!

Dr. Ruf has many years of experience diagnosing and treating injuries of whiplash with a lot of continuing education on these injuries. We know what to look for and how to help you find relief. At Caring Chiropractic Center in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, you’ll find a chiropractor and a massage therapist who will aid you in your personal injury recovery.