Auto Accident Injury Therapy


Since symptoms from an auto accident injury can take weeks or months to manifest, it is easy to think that you were not injured as badly as you were. Whiplash is a serious spinal injury that results from a sudden or unexpected movement of the head. Numerous studies have shown how the forward, backward or sideways movement causes chronic pain symptoms due to damaged connective tissues in neck and upper back. Unfortunately, disc injuries and underlying joint dysfunction can become degenerative, so seeking the advice of an auto accident doctor immediately following a car crash can be important to restoring your health and well-being.

Most Common Auto Accident Injuries

  • Neck and Back Injuries
  • Brain and Head Injuries
  • Chest and Rib Injuries
  • Ruptured Diaphragm
  • Abdominal Injuries
  • Hip and Pelvic Injuries
  • Leg and Knee Injuries
  • Foot and Hand Injuries

The absence of pain immediately following an auto accident is not uncommon. Nonetheless, it does not mean that you escaped the collision without receiving some form of injury. Sometimes the pain from soft tissue damage will be numerous small tears or a hyper-extended ligament or tendon. Once scar tissue forms in the damaged areas, the bones of your neck or back will not move properly and become unstable, which results in chronic pain patterns. At MedWell, we understand that the time following an accident can be very confusing. That's why our Bergen County pain doctors offer a complimentary consultation to discuss how you can get the pain relief you need.

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