A well rounded approach to healthcare
Even the best drivers can become involved in an auto accident. If you or a loved one is injured in an auto accident, the damage can be severe. Whiplash injuries, as well as other neck, back, and knee injuries, can take months to manifest. At South Florida Physical Medicine, we understand pain after an accident can make doing normal tasks difficult.
In an auto accident, our bodies involuntarily tense up to prepare for a collision. As a result, many auto accident patients develop misalignments of the spine and discs. Our muscles and joints can also be affected by a collision.
Whiplash is the most common injury and often occurs when a person is hit from the rear end of their vehicle. This forward motion can cause soft-tissue damage such as strains and tears to the ligaments and tendons in the neck, slipped discs, and can cause long-term pain.
Even if you’ve been treated and released by paramedics or even from an emergency room, you should still be mindful of your body and document any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing. These symptoms can include:
- Neck pain
- Dizziness or nausea
- Sore muscles or spasms in the back
- Tingling or numbness in the extremities
You Don’t Have To Suffer
We’ve helped many patients in West Palm Beach and Royal Palm Beach areas recover from whiplash and other symptoms brought on by car accidents.South Florida Physical Medicine offers a comprehensive auto accident evaluation to pinpoint any injuries that may have occurred as a result of an auto accident. Our doctors understand the devastating effects an auto accident can have on your body. We understand that pain is common, but NOT normal. You CAN live with pain, but we believe that you SHOULDN’T have to.
- Maximize pain relief with the greatest improvement in the shortest
amount of time!
- Medical and Natural treatments to achieve optimal results!
- Multiple doctors each with their own unique specialty, creating
individualized care for you.
Today is YOUR day to let go of pain and really START living again . . .