Injuries From Motor Vehicles Can Crop Up Hours or Days After the Accident.
However big or small your injuries may be, we are here to help. You might not feel too bad right after it happens but pain and stiffness can start to show up a few hour or days later.
Injuries can vary:
- Whiplash (neck pain)
- Strains and sprains
- Fractures (broken bones)
It can be an upsetting time to be in a car crash. We know. We are human drivers (passengers) too. And, as professional physiotherapists, we have treated A LOT of motor vehicle and pedestrian injuries. So, we know how to help you feel better and get back in the driver’s seat – so to speak.
Physiotherapy Can Help After Your Auto Accident
Hours, days, weeks, even months after injury. We can help.
What Should You Do if You Have Been Injured in a Car Accident?
Once the dust settles after an accident there are often a number of questions people have regarding their injuries. First and foremost, if you are in significant pain or cannot move easily you are advised to go to Emergency or Urgent care for medical assessment.
Once you have been cleared for physiotherapy treatment, or if your injuries seemed non-urgent at the time of the accident here are simple steps to follow:
Nearly 20 talented and experienced physiotherapists work with us at Lakeview Physiotherapy & Acupuncture. Physios that specialize in motor vehicle injury treatment include:
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