Comprehensive Physical Therapy and Auto Accident Treatment
How can physical therapy at B3 Medical help you recover from an auto accident?
The reason you should choose B3 Medical is because of our clinic’s holistic approach to treatment. A holistic approach to treatment in a clinical setting includes treating the whole person, not just the symptoms. This can include working with experts like physical therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and other health care professionals to improve your overall health and wellness. Our concierge approach involves providing you with your own patient advocate who can assist with insurance claims and other paperwork, so you can focus on healing. When you visit B3 Medical, you can expect:
- Comprehensive emergency care
- Treatment for concussions and head and neck injuries
- Simple process for insurance paperwork
- Coordination with legal representation
- Long-term PT
In most cases, car accidents result in several injuries, from bruises and cuts to more serious injuries like whiplash. Physical therapy can allow you to recover from these injuries and get back to your regular routine. In PT, your clinician will work with you to improve your strength, flexibility, and range of motion, which is often necessary when dealing with issues like fractures or sprains. Many people even find that the use of PT, occupational therapy, manual therapy, and other similar treatment options can reduce their reliance on pain medication.
Beyond traditional PT, you can be treated by an auto accident chiropractor as well. Chiropractors are experts in the treatment of injuries and conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system. They use a variety of techniques to improve movement and address chronic pain. After an accident, a chiropractor can restore alignment to the spine and muscles, reduce inflammation and pain, and increase mobility. A chiropractor can work with your other healthcare providers to create a comprehensive treatment plan that will enable you to recover from your car accident.
What are some of the common conditions accident victims experience?
There are a lot of injuries that can be caused by accidents, but there are some that are more common than others. The symptoms that accident victims frequently experience generally involve neck pain, back pain, incontinence, and osteoporosis, as well as mental health symptoms like hypervigilance, anxiety, and depression. Accidents can cause permanent or life-long disabilities, but PT and other treatments can improve your quality of life even in these cases. Conditions that are frequently experienced by accident victims include:
- Soft tissue injuries
- Chest Injury
- Head injury
- Brain Injury
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Spinal Cord Injury
Recovering from conditions like these will require a comprehensive treatment plan that includes traditional methods like physical therapy, chiropractic care, and occupational therapy, as well as other treatment options that address the mental health concerns that often arise after a car accident. In fact, car accident victims have an elevated risk of developing PTSD when compared to the general population, so seeing a therapist can be valuable. No matter how severe the accident is, you should still get checked out by a doctor and seek a consultation to see what treatment options are right for you.
As you can see, after an accident, it’s essential to seek medical treatment. For the best results and maximum medical improvement, a holistic approach to creating a treatment plan should be used. That means working with specialists in multiple disciplines, including chiropractic care, orthopedics, PT, and psychology. Car accidents can result in mental and physical health conditions that can last for the rest of your life, but your quality of life will improve significantly if you take advantage of the resources that are available to you, which you can find at B3 Medical.
Phone: (813) 677-9500
Fax: (813) 677-9511
13023 Summerfield Square Drive, Riverview, FL 33578
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 7:00PM
Saturday & Sunday: Emergencies Only