A personal injury can leave you with chronic pain problems, even when an initial accident seems minor. Son Le, MD, and a team of pain medicine experts at the Center for Spine, Joint, and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation have extensive experience helping patients who have sustained a personal injury, providing a quick and accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment to relieve pain. Don’t wait to schedule an exam if you suffer a personal injury. Call any of their Nashville area offices in Murfreesboro and Mount Juliet, Tennessee, to schedule an evaluation or book an appointment online.
Personal injury is a legal term used when you sustain any damage to your body. Automobile accidents are the top cause of personal injuries. Other common causes include being struck by an object or a slip-and-fall accident, often leading to a fall on an outstretched hand (FOOSH) or back injury.
It’s essential to seek immediate and professional care after personal injury so that your pain specialist can identify problems and start treatment to relieve pain, promote healing, and prevent complications.
Seeking prompt medical attention is also crucial if you file an insurance claim. If you sue for personal injury, you’ll need absolute proof that your injury directly causes your physical problem. It’s hard to prove cause and effect when too much time goes by between your accident and a medical exam, increasing the chance that your claim will be denied.
The most common health problems caused by personal injury, such as an automobile accident, include:
Sometimes, personal injuries are severe enough to require immediate medical care. However, even when you walk away from an accident with few or minor problems, you should schedule a thorough examination at the Center for Spine, Joint, and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation.
The Center for Spine, Joint, and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation has experts with experience in a variety of specialties, including:
Your pain management specialist at the Center for Spine, Joint and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation might recommend physical therapy if knee pain comes from hip issues, gait problems, or spinal misalignment. In addition, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is also available for knee pain and chronic pain.
Your specialist will thoroughly explain your treatment plan to you and happily answer any questions you may have.
To learn more about the personal injury services available, call the nearest Center for Spine, Joint and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation office to schedule an appointment, or book one online today.