On average, there are around 400,000 motor vehicle accidents in Florida each year with around 150,000 of those crashes involving injuries. There are around 9,000 motorcycle crashes each year, with 22% involving incapacitating injuries and 61% involving less severe injuries. The most common injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents in Palm Beach Gardens include whiplash, neck and back pain, herniated discs, muscle pain, and joint pain. When there are no physical side effects and little to no immediate pain, it can feel like you walked away from the accident injury-free, however, most accident pain does not begin until days or weeks later.
Here at Basis Medical, we offer a variety of treatments specifically designed to help treat injuries you might have sustained in an auto accident as well as provide long-term treatment plans and resources for you to utilize. From chiropractic services to physical therapy, we strive to make your treatment plan individualized to meet your specific needs. Some of the ways we can help treat auto accident injuries include:
Injuries caused by auto accidents require immediate attention, and our chiropractic team wants to help reduce your pain and help heal any injuries that may be affecting your day-to-day life. Some of the chiropractic services we provide include:
Physical therapy is often used for long-term treatment of injuries and utilizes different techniques to heal affected areas through:
Massage therapy is a great tool for tension and stress release within the muscles, especially around the neck and lower back region. When you are involved in a car accident in Palm Beach Gardens, there may be some damage to the joints and muscles which can cause profound pain and discomfort. With our massage therapy techniques, we can help to ease that pain and tension by working through the knots in the muscle tissue gently. Massage therapy can:
Yes, we can. We have extensive experience treating all types of auto accidents around Palm Beach Gardens, including accidents that involve cars, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts, and more. Common injuries for each type of auto accident, our most effective treatments, and their benefits can include:
Almost 60% of people involved in car accidents in Florida walk away with some type of injury, and while some may not experience immediate pain, it is imperative to seek medical treatment to ensure that no further damage is done to your body. Even if the injuries sustained are minor, such as neck pain due to whiplash, they can often cause problems later in life like reduced mobility, slipped discs or disabling pain, and a lowered quality of life. Chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, and massage therapy can offer benefits such as:
Almost 87% of people involved in motorcycle accidents in Florida suffer from some form of injury, whether it be incapacitating or relatively minor. Because riders are completely exposed, injuries vary in severity and in pain. Hospitalization may be required for some of the worst injuries, but rehabilitation after surgeries and healed broken bones can be critical for a full recovery, especially for riders wanting to get back on their bike as soon as possible. Here in Palm Beach Gardens, a combination of services provided by our chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists can:
Injuries caused by semi-truck accidents are serious, especially for passengers of smaller cars, motorcycles, bikes, or pedestrians who have been hit. Chiropractic care, physical therapy, and massage therapy are some of the best forms of rehabilitative care for people who have sustained injuries, and these forms of treatment can help for long-term treatment and pain management.
Suffering injuries from any type of auto accident is scary and stressful, and it can be daunting trying to figure out which way to turn when these situations arise. With a combination of our chiropractic treatments, physical therapy, and massage therapy, the dream for a full recovery becomes a reality. These treatments are specifically designed for each individual’s needs, helping to provide pain relief while promoting a faster healing process.