Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Treatment in New Jersey
Motor vehicle accidents often cause physical pain or soreness because of the rapid deceleration and force of impact. Some injuries after a car collision require the pharmacologic control of inflammation using methods that only pain management doctors canperform. Occasionally injuries are more significant necessitating surgery either immediately or in the near future because symptoms evolve overtime as the body readjusts to having had the initial injury. Whether minor symptoms or major injuries, an evaluation by the highly skilled pain control doctors and surgeons at Centers for Neurosurgery, Spine & Orthopedics is the best step towards securing a diagnosis. They understand how to help avoid the progression of an injury into a permanently debilitating ailment. The CNSO physicians also have a personal injury department staff specialized in working with automobile insurance and personal injury attorneys. For the convenience of patients, CNSO offices are located throughout Northern New Jersey.
Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries We Treat
After a motor vehicle accident, any person experiencing symptoms should be examined by a doctor the appropriate specialist. If multiple body parts hurt, it can be confusing as to which type of doctor to see. But if injuries are left untreated, it can lead to chronic pain and more complicated problems. A pain management CNSO physician will examine the patient to assess any and all injuries, develop a personalized treatment plan, which might include a referral to the best specialists whether they are part of CNSO or outside of CNSO.
Our doctors understand the toll an accident can have on a patient and their family both physically and mentally.
The impact of an automobile collision can lead to muscle spasms, different types of pain, stiffness, discomfort, and tingling or numbness or the loss of function in any part of the body. Symptoms can be caused by sprains, fractures, nerve damage or other types of severe injuries to the neck, back, or spinal cord. Specific medical conditions are:
- Lumbar or thoracic vertebrae fractures
- Back strains
- Shoulder injury
- Head Trauma
- Knee injury
- Hip injury
- Herniated discs
- Facet joint injuries
- Degenerative spinal disorders
Treatments for Car Accident Injuries
Patients receive compassionate care that is appropriate for their injury at any of the Centers for Neurosurgery, Spine & Orthopedics locations throughout Northern New Jersey. Our neurosurgeons, spine surgeons, physical therapists, and pain control physicians are highly trained in diagnosing and managing the treatment of traumatic injuries from car accidents. The team works collaboratively to reduce discomfort and pain while resolving any anatomic changes and the associated inflammation so victims can quickly return to their daily activities.
Each patient’s treatment plan depends on the type of injury and its severity. Broad categories of treatments available by the top-notch doctors at CNSO include:
- Physical therapy
- Medications like anti-inflammatory drugs
- Alternatives to opioids
- Trigger Point injections
- Steroid injections to knees and shoulders
- Steroid injections for neck and back pain
- Rehabilitation medicine
- Chiropractic care
- Braces and supportive equipment
- Discectomy surgery
- Spinal fusion surgery
- Spinal decompression surgery
- Minimally invasive spine surgery
From the initial consultation to the rapid resolution of symptoms, each patient at Centers for Neurosurgery, Spine & Orthopedics experiences coordinated compassionate care.
Award-Winning Medical Experts
At Centers for Neurosurgery, Spine & Orthopedics, our award-winning pain management doctors, spine surgeons, and brain surgeons help patients across northern New Jersey reclaim their health. Each location throughout Northern New Jersey provides collaborated compassionate care and proven advanced treatment so patients to return to health quickly after a car accident or other traumatic event. Contact us today to learn more about our safe, effective, and efficient treatments.