A car crash can be a frightening experience, regardless of how it happens or how severe the collision is. Even minor collisions can lead to back pain, neck pain, whiplash and migraines.
Occasionally, the symptoms of an injury sustained in an automotive accident do not appear for weeks or even months after the accident. That’s why it is important to visit Dynamic Health Carolinas following a collision to reduce the possibility of long-term health problems.
Car Accident Doctor in Charlotte, NC
If you have recently sustained an injury as the result of an automotive accident, the pain specialists at Dynamic Health Carolinas can help identify the source of your pain. We provide a variety of treatments for auto injuries that offer pain relief and increase functionality.
Common Auto Accidents
Common injuries and symptoms associated with auto accidents include:
- Low back pain
- Cuts and bruises
- Sprains and strains
- Shoulder and arm pain
- Numbness in hands, arms, feet or legs
In the first few days after your accident, it’s important to manage the pain and swelling of your injured tissues, which involves targeting the treatment to reduce your inflammation and decrease the intensity of your muscle spasms. Rehabilitative treatments help minimize the long-term effects that these type of traumas can cause and get you back on the road to recovery.
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“I found instant relief from adjustments and permanent relief as a result of therapy. Here I am, almost done with treatment, and I am nearly pain free.”
The most common cause of auto accident-related pain is whiplash. Whiplash injuries cause damage to your neck’s soft tissues, including your muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.
Whiplash injuries are most commonly caused by rear-end automobile collisions. The “whipping” motion of your neck stretches your neck muscles and ligaments, resulting in micro-tears in the tissues that cause pain and swelling.
Dynamic Health Carolinas’ Approach
At Dynamic Health Carolinas, we provide Charlotte area residents with a multidisciplinary approach to treatment by offering a team of pain management providers and rehabilitative specialists all focused on one goal – stopping your pain and getting you back to living a healthy and active life.