Motor Vehicle Accident Care

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Motor vehicle accidents can have devastating effects on the body. It is not uncommon to see everything from whiplash and fractures to muscle strains and tearing. Physical therapy is important in helping those who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents, as it helps to reduce stiffness and improve range of motion, while also aiding in overall recovery.

After an accident, we can help patients recover from the following:

  • Painful whiplash and neck strains, which can lead to severe headaches and muscle spasms
  • Back injuries that can limit motion and cause nerve pain
  • Numbness and loss of sensation in the limbs
  • Problems with coordination and balance

How can Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy help after a crash?

We treat all types of injuries related to car accidents and are focused on helping you to full recovery as quickly as possible. By utilizing hands-on manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, we can help you get back to your life as quickly as possible, while also ensuring long-term relief from injuries. We work closely with auto insurance adjusters, patients, and referring providers to provide the most comprehensive care, ensuring a full return-to-function for each individual.

Did You Know?

Research shows that patients who receive physical therapy treatment soon after an accident recover much faster. Don’t wait to seek treatment!

Motor Vehicle Accident Conditions We Treat

  • Whiplash
  • Back & Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Acute Injuries (<30 days)
  • Stiffness
  • Headaches
  • Delayed Symptoms
  • Knee Injuries

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