banner-mvaMotor Vehicle Accident Treatment

If you are involved in a rear end collision, even a minor one, it is important to seek professional help. Depending how hard the impact was, you may need medical attention at a local Emergency Room where x-rays can be taken to determine if there is a fracture. Even a minor automobile accident can cause pain and injury, as the force of impact damages muscles, ligaments, discs and nerves to varying degrees. Pain may occur immediately or manifest in 12-48 hours or even several weeks later. Pain relief medication may provide a temporary reprieve, but the underlying damage still remains and can degenerate over time and lead to future pain. The most common conditions are whiplash and lower back disorders.

After any impact-related collision, it is important to consult a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of motor vehicle injuries. PRI’s team of doctors, therapists and specialists, are specifically trained to treat the symptoms associated with whiplash and lower back injuries, and most importantly, can prevent degeneration and subsequent dysfunction in the years ahead.

If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident or are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please contact PRI for a consultation.

  • Headaches
  • Neck pain with or without reduced ranges of motion of the neck
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper and/or lower back pain
  • Pain in the upper and/or lower extremities

PRI offers a comprehensive range of non-surgical, drug-free and painless treatment options, and is experienced in developing customized treatment programs designed to accelerate the return to optimal health and function. Most insurance plans cover the range of motor vehicle accident treatment services offered by PRI.