Want to find out how to best manage your pain due to a personal injury? When you are injured through no fault of your own and you are now in pain, then finding a way for you to manage that pain is important. Whether what you are experiencing is minimal or excruciating, you will need to find relief so you can function. Being in pain can be debilitating and have a negative effect on your lifestyle. There is no longer any reason for you to suffer, as pain management options are available.

Personal injury pain

Short-lasting pain and chronic pain can both stem from someone being injured. Most personal injuries are received when someone is involved in a car or workplace accident. It can involve being diagnosed with broken bones, head wounds and muscle injuries. When someone is hurt in this manner, it is necessary for them to seek treatment right away so they have the best chances for a successful recovery.

Top injuries

Some of the more commonly treated injuries involve the following:

  • Neuromuscular pain — causes muscle pain and nerve pain, can take place anywhere in the body
  • Low back pain — creates difficulty performing easy everyday functions, like going to the bathroom
  • Neck pain — causes the neck to be tense and stiff, making it difficult for one to move their head at all

Pain management

Pain management treatment options vary for each patient, as managing someone’s pain is dependent on their particular injury. A pain management doctor will also need to take into consideration the patient's overall health in order to create an effective pain management treatment program.

Common pain management options

Some of the more common pain management options available to those who have been personally injured include:

  • Trigger point injections via acupuncture
  • Physical therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Meditation, relaxation techniques, manipulation, massage
  • Hot and cold therapy

Pain management options

Now is the time for you to take control of your pain. While the pain is due to no fault of your own, the sooner you address it by using available pain management options, the sooner you work toward becoming pain free. Know that we can work around your schedule to make an appointment time that is convenient for you.

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Needing to find out whether or not your injury has possibly caused you to have a traumatic brain injury? When you have been personally injured it is essential that you have a medical professional perform a thorough examination as soon as possible after becoming injured. Whenever someone receives a blow to his or her head or neck area, the chances of sustaining some form of injury is going to be high. While whiplash injuries are quite common when someone receives trauma to his or her head or neck, the possibility of a traumatic brain injury is also very possible.

Personal injury examples

There are many different types of personal injuries someone can experience that can lead to their being diagnosed with a potential brain injury. The following is a list of some of the more common types of personal injuries that can cause someone also to be diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.

  • Vehicle-related personal injuries
  • Physical assault personal injuries
  • Falling down personal injuries
  • Workplace related personal injuries
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder personal injuries

Traumatic brain injury

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a traumatic brain injury as a disruption in the normal function of the brain that can be caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, or penetrating head injury. Mild cases of brain injury will often produce temporary confusion and mild headaches. Severe cases of brain injury can bring about long-term amnesia, long-term disability, and death. Some of the more common reasons why someone would be diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury include being involved in a car accident, being hit by another person and falling.

When someone is suffering from a traumatic brain injury, he or she will often not experience any signs or symptoms within the first 24 hours. Although, it is possible that they will not experience any signs or symptoms up to a few weeks after being personally injured.

Who can treat a brain injury?

The following is a list of the team of medical professionals who can evaluate and treat those who may be suffering from a traumatic brain injury.

  • General doctor
  • Pain management consultant
  • Rehabilitation consultant

Call us now!

We invite you to call us today with any personal injury questions you have. If you have been recently injured and think that the injury may have caused some damage to your brain, then it is indeed essential that you seek professional assistance to receive a proper diagnosis. The last thing you want to happen is for any injuries you may be suffering from to get worse. The sooner you address your injuries, the sooner you can heal from your wounds.

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Thinking your personal injury is the cause of your nerve damage? It is fairly easy for your nerves to become damaged when there is too much pressure placed on them. Nerves can also be stretched too far and completely severed. When your nerves are damaged, they can no longer properly do their job, which is to transmit communications between your brain and the rest of your body.

Signs of nerve damage

There are many different types of signs available that can let someone know that they may be suffering from nerve damage. It is important to understand that those signs can be constant or irregular, depending on the type of damage. Some of the more common signs of nerve damage include numbness, which tends to occur to the nerves that transmit sensation. Weakness can be felt when nerves that transmit motor signals to the body are damaged. Overall pain is a common sign of nerve damage and can take place anywhere.

Can an injury cause nerve damage?

Yes, a personal injury can cause someone to be diagnosed with nerve damage. Negative effects that come with nerve damage include a decrease in sensitivity, the inability to sleep well due to pain and a loss of balance.

How long do damaged nerves take to heal?

When there is minimal damage to the nerve, it is possible the nerve will repair itself over a short period of time. When there is moderate damage to the nerve, it might be able to grow back, though it can take many months for the entire process to be complete. When there is severe damage to the nerve, which often means that it has been cut, then surgery is often required to repair it.

Alternative treatment option: Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an alternative treatment option for treating nerve pain and can be used alone or with other medical treatments. According to Harvard Health, the ancient art of acupuncture has been used for centuries to treat many conditions and relieve pain. Because acupuncture is considered to be a safe treatment option, many people suffering from nerve damage can seek the assistance of an acupuncturist for help.

Been personally injured?

If you have recently received a personal injury and think you are experiencing nerve damage, then we ask that you call us now for a consultation appointment. While it may be possible that your damaged nerves will heal on their own if they received only minimal damage, it is always best to be seen by a professional in order to make sure your nerves are healing like they are supposed to.

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