Proper Care For Car Accident Injuries
The aches and pains you are feeling after you have been in a car accident, injury or fall are your body's way of telling you that your spine has been injured. If you ignore what your body is telling you the pain may go away but your back will not heal correctly. These untreated spinal injuries are the source of future pain, post-traumatic arthritis and can lead to a life full of chronic pain and discomfort. The personalized attention from our staff helps you understand the steps you need to take to get yourself better because people injured in car accidents continue to have physical pain and psychological problems for years after if they do not go to a qualified Doctor and follow through with their treatment.
Treating You After A Car Accident
The Doctors and Therapists at The MultiCare Clinic have been treating accident related injuries for twenty-five years. Dr. Denny has personally cared for over 6,000 patients in his pain management career and has been an expert witness in many cases, including one with a multi-million dollar jury verdict. The best part is you will leave your appointments feeling as though you just visited a day spa.
Facts About Auto Accidents
You may be injured and not know it. Injuries such as whiplash may not show any symptoms for hours, days or weeks. The majority of injuries from automobile accidents occur at speeds of 6-12 MPH. Your car might not show much damage, but your body can. If you are injured in an accident your injuries usually will not heal properly on their own. A soft-tissue injury can oftentimes be permanent; the scar tissue that forms in your muscles other soft tissues leaves them less flexible and prone to re-injury in the future if you don’t receive proper treatment. The longer you wait for treatment after you are injured, the longer it takes to heal.
When You Have An Accident Call The Doctor FIRST
In almost all cases your auto insurance will cover all the expense of treatment. If your policy has a deductible or co-insurance all fees will be discussed up-front with you. There will be no financial surprises. Please do not wait for symptoms to develop - call us at 954-473-8925 to schedule an appointment today.
More Interesting Facts
Motor vehicle accidents cause more deaths and injuries each year than the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, or natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 2008 Traffic Safety Annual Assessment reports that 37,261 American drivers, passengers, or pedestrians were killed in motor vehicle crashes, and another 2.35 million motorists were injured.