One moment everything may seem fine, when suddenly you’re involved in a motor vehicle collision (MCV). Most people have one thing on their mind after a car accident their car! However, it’s important to remember that you and your injuries come first.
How can Dr. Putty help me after a MCV?
Dr. Putty will diagnoses and treat your neck and back injuries associated with auto accidents. Many times, individuals who have been injured in a car accident experience such intense muscle pain and stiffness that they simply cannot function normally. When left untreated, this discomfort can be a serious issue.
After an auto accident, some individuals experience indicators of whiplash injuries right away, such as blurred vision, headaches, shoulder pain, dizziness, reduced range of motion and arm pain. Whiplash can also result in back injuries, muscle injuries, ligament problems, and disc damage. Other individuals may be injured and feel nothing at all.
Often, one of the only signs of whiplash injury is a loss in your range of motion, you might have less mobility with turning your head to the right or left, even looking up or down. If untreated this can lead to more significant problems and take longer to heal.
Never take you health for granted and never let pain be an indicator of a problem. Often pain will be the last thing to show up when there is a problem. If you are involved in a MCV, regardless of the speed or amount of damage to the property, you should be examined.