Colorado Personal Injury & Auto Accident Doctors
Auto Accident Pain Management in Greeley, Loveland, Colorado Springs & More
Are you experiencing pain from an auto accident in Colorado? If you have been injured in a motorcycle or auto accident, you may find yourself running around more than ever before to make sure your medical care and expenses are taken care of. Along with necessary medical care, you may need to consult with a mechanic for your vehicle, a personal-injury attorney for your case and your insurance company for coverage.
Colorado Clinic has Board Certified personal doctors that specialize in auto accident injury treatment in Greeley, Loveland, Colorado Springs, Aurora, and Thornton. Our doctors offer both medical and interventional pain treatments.
Seek Medical Care As Soon As Possible
Published studies have shown that after being involved in a motor vehicle accident, undergoing treatment quickly may prevent your pain from turning chronic. For example, fifteen percent of whiplash injuries result in chronic neck pain. However, if treatment is received right away from medical providers, this can be prevented.
A motorcycle or car crash may result in:
- Neck pain from whiplash
- Exacerbation of low back pain
- Sprains, strains or fractures
Colorado Clinic has experienced, Board Certified providers at several locations. They will ensure your treatment has the best chance of success by offering individualized therapy aimed at pain relief.
Keep a Copy of Your Medical Records
When it comes to personal injury pain management treatment, it is critical to seek care with doctors who are not only experienced in offering you the best chance of success, but also maintain a diligent record keeping to effectively document your case. In order to maximize your case settlement, you must have extensive documentation to support your care.
How Long Does It Take to Recover From an Auto Accident Injury?
Recovery time for an injury after a car or motorcycle accident will depend on the severity and type of injury. Minor muscle strains usually heal within a few weeks. If you experience a muscle tear that requires surgery, you may need continued physical therapy and a few months to heal. Broken bones normally need three to five months to heal. Seeing a doctor as soon as possible after an accident to address your injuries to the best way to optimize recovery time.
How Do I Know If I Am OK After a Car Accident?
It can be difficult to tell if you are actually free of injuries after an auto accident. A majority of the signs of injury can be delayed, making it important to see a doctor specializing in auto accidents immediately after an accident. Headaches, whiplash, neck or shoulder pain, back pain, abdominal pain or swelling, and numbness are some of the delayed signs you have been injured. You may not feel injured immediately, but these symptoms are serious. If you are in any kind of car accident, see a doctor immediately.
We have several clinics located throughout the state, and make it a priority to see patients as quickly as possible so they can receive the care and attention they need.