Motor Vehicle Accidents in Dallas, TX

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About Motor Vehicle Accidents

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), in 2018 alone, there were about 4.5 million reported injuries from motor vehicle accidents. This kind of trauma can lead to chronic neck, back, arm, and leg pain that can hinder one's mobility and overall quality of life. Our seasoned team of specialists at Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton and Irving, TX treats all kinds of cases every year that were the result of a motor vehicle accident. If you or your loved one has suffered from a motor vehicle injury, reach out to our practice today to get the customized care you need to help you get back to optimal health. 

Treatments After An Accident

Each patient case is unique, which is why we offer personalized treatment that focuses on your specific condition. The first step in getting the care you need is to schedule a consultation at our Carrollton, Prosper, or McKinney office. From there, we can conduct a comprehensive exam to determine the source of your pain, type of injury, and which therapies may be best for you. Common treatments for motor vehicle injuries generally include physical therapy, steroid injections, PRP therapy, or spinal cord stimulation. 

When you visit Tricity Pain Associates in North Dallas, you can rest assured that you are in good hands. We look forward to serving you.

Motor Vehicle Accident FAQ

How many people are injured in motor vehicle accidents?

As many as 4.5 million Americans are injured every year in car accidents, with 2.3 million of these going to the emergency room for treatment.

What are the most common injuries from car accidents?

Soft tissue injuries are the most common injuries in motor vehicle accidents. This includes damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Other injuries are:

  • Back injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • TBI (traumatic brain injuries)
  • Burns
  • Broken/Fractured bones
  • Lacerations (cuts)
  • Limb loss/amputation

Is vehicular accident a medical diagnosis?

If you've been in a motor vehicle accident, you should always be evaluated by a medical professional - even if you feel fine. Sometimes, you may not experience any pain or symptoms until weeks after an accident. Injuries to the neck, back, tendons, ligaments, etc. may not show any immediate symptoms but express later.

What medical tests are done after a car accident?

Your doctor will determine what tests need to be done after an initial examination. If deemed medically necessary, the tests can include CT scans, MRIs, and X-rays. Testing can identify injuries that you may not even notice at the time.

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