Whiplash, Car Accidents, and Treatment at AICA
Nov 12, 2018

Even being involved in just a minor fender bender can cause injury and trauma to your neck. Although most people recover from car accident injuries, some will remain symptomatic for years later.

Whiplash and Automobile Accidents

Whiplash injury is one of the most commonly acquired neck conditions caused by an automobile accident that is also often mistreated or even ignored. It is caused by sudden forceful head movement and can occur in even a minor accident. It can result in tears to your ligaments or damage to the surrounding connective tissues and muscles and can cause chronic pain.

Our Atlanta orthopedic doctors are trained and ready to help in your early detection and treatment of these injuries to ensure that you have increased mobility and reduction in pain symptoms. We offer a patient-focused environment, fast appointment scheduling, and years of experience dealing with spinal injuries and are ready to help you recover from your injuries faster. The quicker you seek care after an injury, the faster you will return to full functionality.

Every patient and accident are unique in the injuries that occur, and treatments needed. Some common symptoms of a neck injury following an accident could be radiating pain into the limbs, headache or dizziness, neck or shoulder stiffness, pain or tingling in the arms and legs, severe pain in the neck, or even blurred vision. Regardless of your symptoms, our doctors are ready to help diagnose and treat your injuries with individualized therapy. Seeking early intervention and treatment will help you avoid chronic pain and discomfort.

Call AICA Orthopedics For Whiplash Treatment

There are numerous treatment options our orthopedics doctors provide based on the individual needs of the patient. Your treatment plan will include a combination of some of the following; therapy, epidural injections, radiofrequency ablation, discectomy, and discogram diagnostics.

With professional and friendly staff, fast appointments, and no unnecessary tests or treatments, we are prepared to provide you with the best-personalized care to aid in your fast recovery. Don’t wait to call us at (404) 855-2141 as the earlier you begin treatment the faster you can get back to normalcy.


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