If you’ve been in a car accident, one of your first “next steps” should be a doctor’s visit. You may think you can schedule an appointment with your regular primary… Read more »
Category: Auto Accident Injuries
Should You See a Physical Therapist After a Car Accident?
There are few things as scary as getting into a car accident. Potential injuries, property damage and insurance deductibles, are just a few things that can make the entire experience… Read more »
Why You Should See a Neurologist After a Car Accident
Being involved in a car accident can cause a lot of stress in your life. In addition to the stress that the physical injuries put on your body, there are… Read more »
Get the Facts on the Most Common Car Accident Injuries
Injuries resulting from car accidents can be as unique and wide-ranging as the types of crashes that cause them. Your position in the car, how you are hit, whether you… Read more »
Does Car Insurance Go Up if You See a Doctor After an Accident?
A car accident is a stressful thing for anyone to experience, but for some, fears loom large about an insurance premium rate hike if the accident is reported. However, it’s… Read more »
Emotional Impact of a Car Accident
An auto accident can result in physical injuries, but often there is a significant emotional or mental impact that can last even after the injuries heal. It’s important to keep… Read more »
How Do You Treat Whiplash?
Whiplash is a very common injury after an auto accident. There are many ways to treat whiplash depending on the severity.
How to Describe Your Pain to Your Doctor
Accurately describing your pain to your doctor after an auto accident can lead to a thorough evaluation and personalized treatment plan.
Hidden Symptoms of Brain Injuries Everyone Needs to Know
Brain injuries can occur during a car accident. The accident can cause hidden symptoms that still need careful evaluation and treatment.
What Non-Visible Injuries Can I Experience After An Auto Accident
There are numerous injuries that can result from an auto accident. Some are easy to identify with obvious symptoms that show up right away while others are non-visible injuries that may take days or weeks to appear.