Back Pain & Back Injury
A common injury that people experience as a result of a car accident is back pain. There is a common "myth" that lower back pain is a “normal symptom” of a car accident. To be clear: Lower back pain is not a "normal symptom” following a collision and could indicate a serious problem.
If you were injured in an accident and begin experiencing back pain, our accident injury specialists will provide you with a thorough diagnostic analysis and will recommend a treatment plan for you that is designed to relieve your pain and restore your full range of motion and ability.
Foot, Ankle & Leg Injuries
The impact from an accident can cause significant damage to your feet, ankles and legs. The damage can effect your ability to walk and work, and if not caught early on, can become permanent, dangerous, and lead to other issues.
Head Injury & Headaches
Your head is prone to a variety of accident-related injuries, from hitting a dashboard or flying debris. When the head is injured, it can be an especially nerve-wracking time for you and your family.
Any head trauma that causes damage to the scalp, skull, or brain is classified as a head injury. This means that a wide variety of injuries fall under this classification, from a simple bump on the head to a much more serious brain injury.
Neck Pain, Whiplash and Neck Injury
One of the most common injuries suffered after a car accident, especially if you have been hit from behind or "rear-ended" is a neck injury, in particular an injury known as "whiplash."
Shoulder Injury & Shoulder Pain
A shoulder injury from an accident can seriously affect your ability to work, and your quality of life. The pain and function damage can make simple tasks like driving and brushing your teeth extremely difficult. It is important to get a proper diagnosis early on, and to receive proper treatment early to ensure the maximum recovery.