The goal of injury treatment is to get you back to what’s important: Life! After an injury, treatment and recovery can result in deconditioning and loss of strength. Rehabilitation can help reduce pain and provide a faster and more complete return to normal activity.  Our providers will compose a therapeutic plan specific to your injury, and you will be guided through hands-on therapy designed for your individual need.

  • Medication If medications are necessary in the short-term, we can provide the following to facilitate your overall treatment plan: Anti-inflammatory: Help reduce inflammation, which often helps to relieve pain - Ibuprofen (Advil, and Motrin IB), Naproxen, Ketorolac (Toradol), and Aspirin. Intramuscular Injections: Help reduce inflammation, which often helps to relieve pain. - Ketorolac (Toradol), Corticosteroids (Kenalog) Analgesic: Relieves pain. - Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Muscle relaxant: Reduces muscle tension and helps relieve muscle pain and discomfort.
      - Cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril), Methocarbamol (Robaxin), Tizanidine (Zanaflex).

  • Exercise therapyPhysical activity and specific exercise techniques help build muscle, improve flexibility and range of motion, and increase stamina. Exercise therapy is an important and effective part of many treatment plans for auto injuries, facilitating a faster return to normal activity.

  • Splints & bracesFractures, strains and sprains are just some of the problems that can result from a car accident. Dedicated solely to auto injury care, our medical professionals are highly experienced with the various techniques of splinting and bracing. Key to this is our unsurpassed familiarity with the types of forces, injuries and surprises involved in auto injuries.

  • Physical TherapyPerformed by licensed physical therapists, you’ll be guided through a customized program involving both exercises and hands-on therapy. Depending on your specific condition, physical therapy can effectively relieve pain, restore movement, treat injuries and improve range of motion and flexibility — all key components of accident recovery.

  • TractionTraction is a practice to help stretch the spine and create space between the spinal discs and vertebrae. This method of treatment has very few risks or potential side effects and is a commonly used as a therapeutic method. 

  • Myofascial release Myofascial release is a treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, posture, or inflammation. Fascia is the tough, connective tissue that surround muscle tissue and most other structures in the body.

  • Electrical muscle stimulation Electrical Muscle Stimulation is an exceptional way to help the body in the healing process. This is accomplished by sending a very small electrical current into the affected soft tissue injury or muscle spasm. The therapy utilizes this current in an effort to help reduce swelling and release trigger points 

  • Manual therapyHands-on therapeutic technique that can loosen soft tissue, relax muscles and improve circulation, all of which can reduce pain and help you make a complete recovery.

  • X-rays – Often taken on most patients to give the doctor an inside look at what is going on with the bone structure of the entire spine and surrounding skeletal structure. From this x-ray, the doctor can tell your current spine angles as well as any potential further issues including the potential for additional information such as an MRI.