Types of injuries
Car crashes are a common occurrence and can be hard to handle emotionally. However, it is important not to forget the physical aspect of an accident as well. If you do not seek medical attention right away for any muscle or soft tissue pain following your car crash, these symptoms will only get worse with time causing more damage than if they had been treated immediately.
This is why we recommend that you contact 1st Choice Injury Network as soon after the incident as possible so our doctors can diagnose any potential injury right away with accurate testing before it worsens into something more serious down the line.
Types of injuries you may suffer after an accident
After an accident, it is crucial to see a professional medical provider. If not treated correctly, the injury can cause permanent damage and affect your quality of life for years in the future.
The best way to make sure that you get treatment quickly after an accident is by contacting 1st Choice Injury Network immediately if there are any signs or symptoms following an incident.
Do not let injuries go untreated, please call us at 281-933-3399 to request an appointment.
Types of injuries we treat:
head and neck injuries
A network of doctors, nurses, and technicians is available to treat head injuries at 1st Choice. A lot can happen when you get hurt in an accident; a little mistake could result in months or years worth problems if not handled properly right then and there. Untreated accidents may lead to stiffness around the neck area – from severe pain behind your skull (neck) all the way down into stiff shoulders that cause muscle spasms near one’s ears with ringing sound sensitivity as well as upper back aches for some people too!
back and spinE injuries
Our chiropractors know how to deal with everything from back pain and spinal trauma, so come in for a consultation today. Not only will they help you get on the road to recovery faster after an accident or injury takes place, but if left untreated long-term problems can set in such as chronic neck strain and headaches that make it difficult even more so than usual to recover fully from your injuries.
arm and hand injuries
Injuries to the arms and hands can have a huge impact on people’s lives. In addition to being unable to be able perform day-to-day activities, serious injuries may make it difficult for somebody who has an arm injury in their job or career which they want back as soon as possible. Fortunately there are ways that one could get help with recovering from these types of things such as physical therapy treatments offered by professionals who know how best to handle this type of issue!
pelvis and hip injuries
Have you ever been in an accident that caused serious injuries, including pelvic trauma? These accidents are often so severe because they can damage nerves and organs. Luckily for many of us, our network doctors scan the area to determine treatment options for a speedy recovery with minimal side effects. We strive to maximize your health while minimizing discomfort in order that you may return quickly back into life as normally possible without any lasting pain or injury.
leg and knee injuries
From the most basic tasks to more complicated activities, we depend on our legs. And when accidents happen that cause problems with one or both of them, it’s important to see a specialist for help in finding out what type of treatment would best suit your needs and goals!
whiplash from an accident
A whopping 1,500 people suffer whiplash injuries every day in the United States. From our nation’s leading cause of car collisions rear-ending accidents to it also being the number one reason for sports related injury, this is unsurprising given how common these types and instances are.
Did you suffer whiplash from a car accident?
Car accidents are often the cause of symptoms associated with whiplash. Here are a few of the many questions patients have after suffering from whiplash during an auto accident.
What are the symptoms of a whiplash?
These are the most common symptoms of whiplash. Some people get neck pain and stiffness in their neck or shoulder. Others experience low back pain and dizziness while some may have numbness in their arm and hand. It’s important to contact the 1st Choice Injury Network today for help as you could be suffering from an issue that is more complicated than just a simple case of whiplash injury like a concussion!
- Neck pain
- Neck stiffness
- Shoulder pain
- Low back pain
- Pain in your arm or hand
- Numbness in your arm or hand
- Ringing in your ears
- Blurred vision
- Concentration or memory problems
How is a whiplash diagnosed?
Our whiplash specialists will complete a thorough medical history and physical exam, including tests for invisible soft tissue damage that can be missed on X-Rays.
X-rays are conducted to produce images of internal tissues, bones, and organs onto film. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) also releases radiation from the outside while using magnetic fields for detailed imagery inside your body. CT scan uses X-ray technology in addition to computer science as they make horizontal or axial images throughout any part of one’s body including bones, muscles, and fat. Unlike x-rays which do not show detail on soft tissue structures like organs; CT scans provide an immediate snapshot with more clarity than general x-rays can offer by making multiple passes through different parts when looking at bone density.
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