According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 6.7 million car accidents occurred in 2018, with nearly 1.9 million cases requiring medical attention due to injuries sustained during the accident. While cars have gotten safer over the years, leading to fewer fatalities, injuries are still common following a motor vehicle accident.
The most effective healing begins with clear communication between patients, physicians, and clinicians—even attorneys. Accessing physical therapy immediately is critical to care both short and long-term and documenting injuries. PTs possess the clinical skills to properly monitor progression and regression for all injuries regardless of whether symptoms present themselves immediately or days or weeks later.
Common injuries associated with Motor Vehicle Accidents are:
See a doctor immediately if experiencing any of the following symptoms:
We will help you heal, regain strength, mobility and reduce pain by providing an individualized treatment plan using the following modalities:
A personal injury is a physical injury that your body suffers. It is a legal term for an injury to a part of your body. Personal injuries are traumatic and cause both physical and emotional pain.