Pain Management After a Car Accident
If you are involved in a workplace or automobile accident, navigating the pain that often comes with these injuries can be challenging. Most people have pain for up to six weeks after an accident, but many people experience long-term chronic pain that interferes with their daily function and ability to work. Pain management after an accident can help you prevent further injury and help you on your road to recovery. Pain management physicians can coordinate an effective treatment plan with other accident injury care providers. Your Injury Practice is a trusted resource to help you connect with pain management doctors who accept Workers’ Compensation and No-Fault coverage. Our network of pain management specialists are here to help facilitate your return to an active and pain-free lifestyle!
What is a Pain Management Doctor?
Pain management doctors are providers who specialize in diagnosing and treating multiple types of pain. Whether you have acute pain from a workplace or automobile accident or chronic pain, pain management doctors utilize non-surgical treatments to help patients alleviate their pain. Seeking care from your primary physician is always helpful after an accident, but you should also seek a pain management doctor as soon as possible. Pain management doctors possess specialized knowledge in treating the pain of these injuries. Your specialist will examine the extent of your injury and use diagnostic tools to learn more. Once there is a comprehensive understanding of your injury, your pain management doctor will design a personalized treatment plan for you.
Pain Management for Accident-Related Injuries?
In many cases, work injuries and car accidents may not result in immediate pain. However, the longer you wait to seek treatment, the more severe your pain or injuries may become. Delaying your treatment can adversely affect your ability to receive coverage for treatment. Working with a pain management specialist is crucial regardless of your immediate symptoms. Some of the accident-related injuries pain management doctors treat include:
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Internal Injuries
- Back or Spine Injuries
- Headaches and Migraines
- Neck Pain
If you are suffering from acute or chronic accident-related pain and are searching for the right provider, Your Injury Practice is here to help. We are here to help pair you with a pain management doctor who will provide personalized treatment suitable for your needs. Our network of providers is ready to give you the care that you need and deserve. Our providers are well-versed in the Workers’ Compensation and No-Fault areas and will collaborate with you to help you achieve wellness. Be sure to contact us today to learn more!