Auto Injury Treatment in Los Angeles
Are you dealing with a personal injury claim in Los Angeles, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Orange County and Inland Empire? Let the CA Pain Network personal injury doctors HELP you…
Receiving treatment after a car or motorcycle accident with Board Certified pain management doctors is easy with the California Pain Network. The doctors accept liens and understand how crucial it is to achieve pain relief ASAP. They also understand how important it is to properly document auto injury treatment to help with your claim.
Studies have shown that acute pain sustained in a motor vehicle accident, such as with whiplash, may turn into chronic, disabling pain. For instance, neck pain turns chronic fifteen percent of the time after an accident. Considering there are a few million cases of whiplash annually, that’s a lot of potential for chronic neck pain!
After a crash, you may be suffering from:
- Muscle strains
- Neck and Back pain
- Joint pains
- Fracture Pain
It’s not so easy to find personal injury pain management doctors who accept liens in Los Angeles and understand the importance of not only expert treatment, but copious and valid documentation to support your case. You’ve been injured and deserve the best treatment possible. You also deserve the best settlement possible right?
What is the most common motor vehicle injury?
When you have been in an accident or unintentional auto injury, whether the driver or passenger, it could be very easy to sustain a neck injury or trauma. Whiplash is the most common condition associated with automobile accidents.
The CA Pain Network’s affiliated personal injury doctors specialize in evaluating any trauma related to an auto injury. For the front passenger, whiplash is more common as they are put forward and backwards very quickly. With the rear passenger, additional trauma may occur if they collide (head to the back of the seat) and whiplash can actually be more severe.
Proper management is vital to recover from automobile injury such as whiplash and avoid long-term consequences that could last a lifetime. The staff will gladly answer any questions and provide you with the best treatment program you need on a case-by-case basis.
This may include medications or interventional treatments such as opioids, muscle relaxers, NSAIDS, nerve blocks, topical creams/patches trigger point injections, epidural steroid injections, spinal cord stimulator implants, radiofrequency ablation and more!
How is an auto accident different than a regular injury when it comes to care?
In addition to sustaining a soft tissue injury that would need to be evaluated by specialists, victims in auto accidents can easily be overwhelmed by the emotional, legal, and personal responsibilities that accompany these types of accidents in the aftermath.
Here is a small list of who you will need to deal with after an accident ON TOP of your medical care:
- Auto Body Shop
- Insurance Company
- Personal Injury Attorney
- Your Employer
- Your Family
Our team of Los Angeles pain management specialists are here to assist you with ongoing treatment if needed and your immediate recovery. Our affiliated clinics have expert injury specialists to document your care and bring you the highest level of treatment options for relief and preventing chronic pain from occurring.
How can an automobile accident affect you?
Motor vehicle accidents and affect not only the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves and if not properly treated, may lead to long-term repercussions and a long recovery time or future complications. This is where trained specialists can be more beneficial over a family doctor or crowded ER room.
What kind of pain management specialist may be needed for a motor vehicle accident?
- Massage therapists
- spine surgeon
- pain management specialists
- pain medicine management
- chiropractic adjustment
- image technicians
- interventional specialists
- behavior modification counseling
- orthopedic specialists
When should I be seen after a motor vehicle accident?
15% of all documented whiplash injuries will develop into future chronic pain conditions requiring further care or long-term pain management. Studies show a high percentage of those could have been avoided if promptly evaluated and entered into a proper treatment plan from a specialist.
The goal after an automobile accident is to be proactive to avoid long-term medication and treatment, or future medical intervention by surgery. The California Pain Network offers top pain doctors in Los Angeles and surrounding areas including Orange County, Long Beach, Newport Beach, Inland Empire and more to help you achieve pain relief and avoid surgery after your auto accident.
Call (310) 626-1526 today to receive treatment with the personal injury doctors Los Angeles CA trusts!