Each car accident has unique factors that can have a wide range of biomechanical impacts on the body and affect each person uniquely, requiring a personalized approach to developing treatment plans.
Diagnostic studies may be required for the less obvious injuries or a referral to a neurologist or orthopedic specialist. We work closely with the medical community to ensure prompt referrals, all handled by our injury care team.
Injuries sustained in car accidents can last a lifetime.
Car crashes generate different forces, including acceleration, deceleration, and collision(s). These forces can result in severe injuries to the human body, including:
The most common symptoms include:
It is vital to seek immediate care after your accident!
After a car accident, seeking medical attention as soon as possible is crucial, even if you don’t feel hurt or have any visible injuries. Getting immediate medical evaluation can detect and treat injuries that are not immediately apparent.
The Benefits of an Integrated Approach.
Your life has been interrupted enough due to your accident! So what about a virtual care solution?
Say goodbye to unnecessary trips to the office with the help of our Integrated Care and Virtual Care Department. We’ll coordinate your care so you can focus on getting back on track.
Car accidents are a stressful time and certainly interrupt your schedule and routine. With a Virtual Care Platform, you can manage your care on the schedule that fits your life, so the healing process is not interrupted!
Some final thoughts:
It’s estimated that 2-3 million Americans experience whiplash each year. The data suggests that as many as half may experience ongoing, chronic symptoms lasting longer than a year.
Unfortunately, some patients have come to us as the last choice or out of desperation. Do not become a statistic; make us your first call if you have been involved in a car accident.
If you don’t seek an evaluation within 14 days of your accident, by Florida state law, you lose out on important benefits that could put your health and finances at risk.