Recently Injured in a Car Accident?

Car Crash Pain Management

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A car crash is a very complex event in a person’s life and we take personal injury care very seriously.  Your care is our top priority and we will make sure that you are taken care of no matter what the situation.

At Pain Management and MRI we are experts at helping you deal with and manage pain such as neck pain, back pain, and more injuries from a car accident. We have 4 convenient locations in the Greater Philadelphia region: South Philly, Delaware County, Northeast Philadelphia, and Wilmington, Delaware.

Car Accident Injury Treatment

Our doctors understand that there is no such thing as a “minor” car crash.

When two multi-ton objects collide at any speed, the connective tissues of the neck and back are particularly susceptible to being torn and damaged.

Symptoms of tissue damage caused by a crash – neck/back soreness; headaches; tingling pain radiating into the arms or legs – often take days or even weeks to develop.

If left undiagnosed and untreated, such connective tissue damage can worsen and lead to disabling injuries which may prevent you from working and living your life as you deserve.  An early consultation with our doctors after any crash, regardless of the speed or damage to the vehicles, will help in identifying, understanding, and if necessary, treating any injuries you may have suffered.

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Car Accident Neck & Back Pain Checklist

If you are experiencing ANY of the below symptoms following a car crash or other accident, you may be experiencing symptoms of neck and/or back pain and should seek professional help.

Common Symptoms:

  • neck pain and stiffness
  • headaches, specifically at the base of the skull
  • dizziness
  • blurred vision
  • constant weariness

Less Common Symptoms:

  • problems with concentration and memory
  • ringing in the ears
  • inability to sleep well
  • irritability
  • chronic pain in the neck, shoulders, or head

Schedule an Appointment Immediately Symptoms:

  • your symptoms spread to your shoulders or arms
  • moving your head is painful
  • you have numbness or weakness in your arms