Car Accidents in the U.S.
Automobile accidents are the number one cause of injuries in the United States. With more than 5 million car wrecks reported annually, over a third of them involve major injuries. While trauma can certainly involve other limbs such as arms or legs, among the most common injuries that occur in auto accidents are to the head, neck and back.
Even minor, low-impact car accidents can do serious damage. Research has shown that 85% of car accidents under 10mph do permanent damage to passengers.
For example, whiplash symptoms can generally arise within a few days after an auto accident happens. Symptoms typically involve sensations of pain and stiffness in and around the neck area, and can also include headaches, as well. While you may not see signs right away, they are certainly nothing to ignore if you do experience them.
I Think I Have Whiplash. What Should I Do Now?
If you find that you have fallen victim to the effects of whiplash, our therapists at Life Health Medical Center can help you to find the relief that you’ve been looking for. We have been successful in helping hundreds of patients to alleviate the pain and discomfort caused by whiplash with our whiplash treatment. This treatment enables you to get back to enjoying your regular daily life.
Other Injuries Caused by Car Accidents
Even if you are not suffering from whiplash, the professionals at Life Health Medical Center can help you to find relief from other injuries that may have occurred from your auto accident, as well. Whether you are suffering from hip or shoulder pains, or are even recovering from ligament or ACL damage, our physicians at Life Health Medical Center will focus on creating a perfectly tailored, suitable plan fit for your full recovery from the pain that is affecting your daily lifestyle. Call us today for an appointment!