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Motor Vehicle Injury Rehabilitation

Auto accidents are one of the leading causes of injury in the U.S., especially neck and spine injuries. In 2015, the NHTSA reported that over six million police-reported vehicle accidents occurred and over 2.4 million injuries. These can range from mild whiplash to severe trauma, which can need long-term therapy, rehabilitation and treatment to overcome. Our experienced medical team at Allied Pain & Spine Institute offers an extensive list of treatment options for our patients suffering from motor vehicle injuries to help minimize pain and discomfort, while achieving effective rehab.

The variety of medical issues that can arise from an auto accident can affect a victim for many years. Even after the initial trauma is treated, lingering issues can occur. Damage to the musculoskeletal system is common, especially in the back and neck. If surgery is needed for an injury, rehabilitation may be needed. If you are recovering from an auto accident, you want the most advanced options available to limit pain and achieve rehabilitation quickly and completely, which we offer at Allied Pain & Spine Institute.

Treatment for Car Accident Injuries

When you have been in a car accident, it is important to have a complete evaluation and treatment plan in place. Our team does not just treat the obvious injury but considers the overall wellness for our patients. We understand that other systems in the body can be impacted from trauma, and we offer treatments to address the immediate concerns as well as other problems that could arise later from the impact of the accident. Some of the treatments we offer to overcome auto injuries include:

  • Back, neck and spine treatments
  • Chiropractic care
  • Pain and inflammation management
  • Physical therapy
  • Injection and medication therapy
  • Alternative therapies

If you are recovering from an auto injury and want the most cutting-edge medical expertise available, contact our team at Allied Pain & Spine Institute in San Jose today.

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