The trauma caused by auto accidents can be acute and chronic. The body experiences sudden and severe impacts that affect bones, muscles, ligaments, and other tissues.
As cancer cells grow inside the body, it can cause damage to surrounding nerves and structures. Cancer pain may worsen throughout treatment.
Chronic pain is debilitating to quality of life. Pain medications are the most common way to treat chronic pain, but you have other options.
The groin area includes reproductive structures, as well as muscles, tendons, internal organs,and other tissues. The groin is susceptible to injury through day-to-day activities, accidents, and other situations.
Bladder pain is typically caused by infections, but there are many reasons why someone may develop pain in the bladder area.
Testicular pain may be a sign of cancer or another medical condition. Treating testicular pain begins with an accurate diagnosis.
The pancreas helps with digestion. Pancreatic cancer is common, but you may develop pain for other reasons, such as injury.
Abdominal pain could be caused by digestive issues, reproductive disorders, urinary infections, strains, and other conditions. Identifying exactly why you are experiencing abdominal pain is the first step toward treatment and recovery.
Motor Vehicle Injuries
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you need treatment from a team that understands the nature of these types of trauma. You may have symptoms after the accident, as well as months or years later.
Athletes work to keep their bodies in tip-top shape, yet the forces to which their bodies are subjected to make sports injuries one of the top reasons why people leave their sports. Treatment for sports injuries aims to remedy the current injury, as well as prevent injuries in the future.
Workers’ Compensation Injuries
Being injured on the job threatens your quality of life on many levels. We work with employers and employees to maximize the benefits under Workers’ Compensation so that you can get back to work.