Injured? You'll need an expert personal injury doctor

August 7, 2014



Your going to need an expert personal injury doctor if you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident.  Not just any doctor will do. of course because not only is your recovery important but also the documentation you need for a personal injury cases.  

Choosing the best accident doctor  requires research and a little bit of help from resources such as MSR (Musculoskeletal Resources) which offers a directory of New York board board certified pain management specialists.

MSR assists individuals who have suffered an injury following an car accident, work injury or sports related injury find a doctor that will lead you down the road to recovery after an accident.

Types of Injuries Treated by Pain management Specialists:

Common types of injuries sustained in crashes include the following:

• Whiplash
• Head injury
• Joint, muscle, back, neck, bone injuries
• Knee damage
• Spinal cord injury
• Shoulder injury
• Paralysis

• quadriplegia
• Permanent disability

Whiplash - Car Accident/Collision:

Whiplash which is directly related to vehicle collisions can occur during a simplictic fender bender. Unless you have the right physician this type of injury can be difficult to diagnose and to treat. That's why you need a physician that understand your symptoms and has dealt with thousands of back and neck injuries form car accidents.

Whiplash happens when the impact of the vehicle being struck causes a persons head to violently snap back and forward, putting stress on the bones, disc, nerves, tendons of the neck area, and muscles.

What to look for:

have you recently been in an accident? Are you feeling any one of the following symptoms:

• Headache
• Neck pain
• Jaw Pain
• Shoulder pain
• Dizziness
• Exhausted
• Blurry Vision
• Back Pain
• Ringing in your ears

If you answered yes to any one of these questions you need to contact a pain doctor. 


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