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The length or your treatment with these types of providers generally will be indicative of the degree of pain you went through. Sensibly when someone is suffering from severe and lasting pain that person will treat for a longer duration than someone who is not. Furthermore, the length of your treatment is also a good argument point when negotiating with an adjuster. However, there is a paradox with the length of treatment. Adjusters occasionally become leery of individuals who treat for long periods of time for only soft tissue injuries. Adjusters sometimes have the belief that chiropractors and physical therapist will over treat in an effort to optimize profit and not due to the treatment being medical necessary. So it is important to be cognizant of this fact when receiving treatment.

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