Personal Injury Experts
Effective Pain Relief for Car Accident Injuries
Car accidents – even minor fender benders – can subject the body to impact forces that can lead to injuries both minor and severe. In many cases, right after the moment of impact, your adrenaline level surges or you may enter a level of shock that temporarily blocks pain signals from being sent to the brain. You may have seen someone with a serious wound who was not aware of it since they felt no pain.
Not all injuries are noticeable right away; some may take days or weeks to appear. Some injuries can develop over time as a result of trauma to any of your muscles, ligaments, tendons, spine or joints that may have caused them to shift out of place or scar tissue to develop.
To learn more about how we can help you find relief for car accident injuries, call our office at (239) 437-4000 to make an appointment.
How We Can Help if You’ve Been in a Car Accident
College Parkway Health Center treats personal injury and car accident patients. Our therapeutic chiropractic services can bring effective pain relief and healing where it matters most.
We’ll not only help diagnose your condition and begin the healing process, we’ll also help you understand the paperwork process and help relieve the stress of everything that comes with a personal injury due to an accident.
Why is personal injury treatment important?
If not treated appropriately or right away, injuries can lead to chronic neck and shoulder pain or stiffness, back pain, headaches, dizziness, a numbing feeling in your arms and fingers and, in time, could lead to arthritis or other debilitating conditions.
Common Car Accident Injury Symptoms
The sudden forceful jolt to the body as a result of the impact during a car crash can lead to many symptoms. If you have any of the following symptoms after a car accident, call us at (239) 437-4000 for an appointment:
- Neck injury
- Back injury
- Pinched nerves
- Ligament damage
- Muscle tears
- Muscle spasms
- Spinal misalignment
- Ringing in the ears
- Shoulder pain
- Arm pain or tingling
- Joint pain