So, you are injured in a car accident. Right? Now, you may be wondering whether you should see a doctor since your injury is minor in nature. At low speed, most car accidents don’t cause too much property damage. Make sure to see a doctor ASAP.
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Car accident injuries occur because drivers don’t have the time to get ready to deal with the impact. So, after a car crash, we suggest that you get checked by a good doctor who treats auto accidents. This is to make sure you don’t have any hidden injuries.
Should I See A Doctor After A Minor Car Accident?
You should still see a doctor even if your car crash was minor. It’s better for your health, well-being and safety irrespective of the type of symptoms you may have.
You should ensure that you have no underlying injuries. Actually, some patients don’t feel pain right after an accident as their body releases adrenaline.
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Understand the response of Your Body to a Car Accident
Because of the impact in a car accident, your body receives a great deal of shock. Your body is not so strong to bear this type of impact. So, you need to see a doctor.
Even at low speed, you may suffer from an underlying injury that may require immediate medical attention. For instance, you may suffer from a soft tissue injury, such as whiplash.
Proactively Treat Injuries
Unfortunately, some car accident victims don’t know that their body releases adrenaline after an accident. And that’s the reason they don’t see a doctor because they don’t feel any pain. Because of the release of this chemical, your body doesn’t feel the symptoms of pain after a car accident. And the symptoms of the pain may show up weeks later if you don’t treat them right away. This is why you should always see the doctor first.
So, it’s should be your top priority to get in touch with a doctor after a car crash. And you shouldn’t make this decision based on the presence of severity of your injury or symptoms.
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Knee Pain
- Radiating pain and numbness down arms or legs
- Ankle Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Sprain/Strains of muscles
- Muscle weakness
- Migraine headaches
- Tension headaches
- Sinus headaches
- Joint pain
- Osteo arthritis
- Treatment options for Rheumtoid arthritis
- Sinus Problems
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Treatment Relief of pain associated with Multiple Sclerosis
- Tennis Elbow
- Frozen Shoulder
- Shoulder pain
- Hip pain
- Disc Degeneration
- Pulled Hamstrings
- Sports injuries
- Herniated Disc
- Postural Abnormalities
- Post-Operative Rehabilitation
- Nutritional deficiency
- Amenia associated with malnutrition
- Pregnancy discomfort and Expectant mothers – 1st week through 34 weeks
- Developing children- Ages 1 and up
- Pro-Active treatment
- Sports Performance Enhancement
- Wellness Care
- Slip and Fall Accident treatment
- Auto Accident treatment
- Work Injury treatment
The Importance of Medical Records & Documentation
If your accident occurred because of a negligent driver, you may want to file a case against that driver to recover compensation. And for filing a claim, you must have valid documents and records from your doctor to prove your injuries. Actually, you will need these documents in order to file a claim with your insurance provider. You may have two years to file a claim. After the expiry of this period, it will be really hard for you to prove that the injuries resulted from a car wreck.
Your insurance provider will argue that you were not seriously injured. If you were, you would have seen the doctor within two weeks after the car crash. So, if you want to get compensation from your insurance provider, make sure you have all the documents you need in order to submit your claim and see a doctor.
No Payment Necessary For Your Health Care with Qualifying Auto Accident or Work Injury Claim in University Park. We can work without an attorney or can refer you to one if it is necessary. Our receptionist is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
WE accept the following payments
- PIp or personal injury protection
- We can do third party billing
- Medical liens
- Attorneys liens