Back injuries are a common injury resulting from a car accident. They are so common that many people disregard their symptoms and allow their back injury to fester. For instance, you may not feel pain immediately after the accident, but the following days you may start to experience back pain or sore muscles. You might … Continue reading How to Deal with a Back Injury After a Car Accident
There are 272 million vehicles in operation on the roads and highways throughout the United States. Out of these operating motor vehicles, there are on average 6 million car accidents with 3 million people injured, and 2 million people sustaining permanent damage. Many of those people with permanent injuries could have been avoided with proper … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Have Physical Therapy After A Car Accident
Most low back pain originates from mechanical failures involving the discs, bones, vertebrae and joints composing the spine. Examples of strictly mechanical issues causing acute and chronic back pain are: Sprains and Strains Tearing or overstretching back ligaments produce sprains, while tears in muscles or tendons are called strains. Both happen when you lift or … Continue reading What is Causing Your Lower Back Pain?