In the aftermath of an auto accident or car crash, chronic pain can take over your life and limit what you can do. At Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates, our Board Certified Pain Management Specialist will work closely with your Attorney to make sure that you quickly navigate through the right treatment for you to relieve your pain and restore function. We offer customized care plans to treat auto accident related injuries, like whiplash or a herniated and bulging disc. The providers use minimally invasive treatments such as joint injections, back injections, neck injections, and nerve blocks to relieve pain fast and help restore your quality of life. Call the office in Baytown or Humble, Texas, to schedule an evaluation for an auto-accident related injury or book an appointment online today.
Auto accidents or car crashes can cause painful injuries affecting your muscles, ligaments, or other soft tissues. The trauma of an auto accident can also damage your joints and spine and lead to chronic pain and disability.
After an auto-related injury, people commonly seek treatment for issues like:
Without treatment, some conditions continue to worsen over time and may lead to a more complex injury, chronic pain, and disability.
It’s important that you seek a medical evaluation with your primary care physician soon after any type of auto accident. Even if you initially feel okay, you may have underlying soft tissue tears or joint damage that causes pain and other complications to show up later.
You should schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates if you have moderate to severe pain that you can’t manage with over-the-counter pain relievers or other therapies.
The team uses on-site diagnostic technologies to assess the severity of the injury in your joints and soft tissues. They customize a treatment plan to relieve persistent pain that limits your mobility.
The pain management services available at Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates focus on easing moderate to severe pain that results from an auto-related injury.
The providers can also address chronic inflammation that contributes to your pain, so you can heal more efficiently. Your treatment plan for an auto-related injury may include:
The pain specialists may also recommend physical therapy to restore your flexibility and strength. Alternative therapies like massage and chiropractic care might be beneficial for some types of auto-related injuries.
The goals of treatment are to reduce persistent pain and restore your mobility. Working with pain management specialists can also lower your risk of needing more invasive procedures like surgery.
To schedule a consultation for an auto-related injury, call the Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates office near you or book an appointment online today.