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Auto Injury

Millions of Americans face car wrecks each year, be they large or small. The size of the accident matters little. No matter the size, adults are susceptible to physical damage to the head, neck, tissues and bone. Patients should seek treatment for these injuries if they want as swift a recovery as is possible—usually, recovery processes can be a long and arduous process and must begin early.

Our team, with special training and years of experience, will assist every adult facing car accident trauma. Some of our featured treatments include:

  • Quick diagnoses
  • Pain relief therapy and consultation
  • Multiple visits and therapies
  • Shuttles to and from the facility
  • Legal document assistance
  • Multilingual staff
  • Lawyer recommendations

How Auto Injuries Work

Drivers can sustain different types of injuries in auto accidents—the location of the accident, the acceleration of the drivers, and the capacities of your vehicle, all play a role in physical pain and car damage.

Cars are built to protect their passengers by displacing collision energy. None of this energy should reach the passengers. Unfortunately, no matter how well performing a vehicle may seem, no vehicle can stop passengers from colliding with seat belts, dashboards, or airbags. These cause car accident specific injuries, like whiplash.

Types of Auto Injuries

Our patients frequently sustain the following:

  • Back injuries
  • Muscle and joint injuries
  • Jaw and neck pain
  • Broken bones
  • Cranial impact indicators

Treatment For Auto Injuries

Specialists in our offices are entirely devoted to applying their years of acquired experience for your special case and therapy options. We can accommodate both specific and general treatment plans and extraneous details to make sure you return to work as quickly as possible after a car accident. See our resources below for more information.

Call our offices for details about other car accident physical damage, like psychologically induced pain, or delicate facial pain