An auto accident injury can be a scary experience, especially when you don′t know what to expect next. We’re here to address your questions about various types of injury treatment, so you know what to expect when you come into the office. At Sall Myers, our bilingual staff is equipped to handle many different types of accident injuries.
In which treatments can massage therapy play a role? In many situations, the proper application of massage to an injury can increase the speed of patient recovery. Read more about Massage Therapy.
Why would I need knee physical therapy? Knee physical therapy can help restore strength and pain-free motion to the area after surgery or a car accident knee injury. At Sall Myers, our physical therapists are involved in all stages of knee injury recovery. Read more about Knee Physical Therapy.
What are the treatment options for a pinched nerve? When you suffer a pinched nerve, your treatment options vary depending on the cause and severity of the injury. Read more about Pinched Nerve Treatment.
What are the treatment options for a torn rotator cuff? When you suffer a torn rotator cuff, you have two treatment options: surgical and nonsurgical. Many doctors will attempt to treat a torn rotator cuff without surgery first, only resorting to surgery if nonsurgical means do not improve shoulder function. Read more about Rotator Cuff Repair.
What are the treatment options for tendonitis? Tendonitis is very rarely treated by surgery, and can often be remedied with more conservative measures. Read more about Tendonitis Treatment.
What are the treatment options for a spinal cord injury? Spinal cord damage is generally irreversible and permanent. Although patients rarely fully recover the strength and abilities they possessed prior to such a devastating injury, treatment can focus on minimizing the damage and preparing the patient for his or her new set of drastically changed needs. Read more about Spinal Cord Injury Treatment.
What are the treatment options for a herniated disc? When you suffer a herniated disc, your treatment options vary. In 90 percent of patients, a herniated disc will heal completely without need for surgery. However, a few patients will need to undergo surgery to repair their injuries. Read more about Herniated Disc Treatment.
What is frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder may occur after you are injured in a traumatic auto accident, especially if you are a female between the ages of 40 and 60. You may also develop this condition after shoulder surgery. Read more about Frozen Shoulder Physical Therapy.
Why would I need orthopedic surgery? Orthopedic surgery is often needed when physical therapy fails to improve an injury, or when a body part is damaged to the extent that physical therapy would only cause more harm than good. Read more about Orthopedic Surgery.
Why would I need physical rehabilitation? Physical therapy will assist you as you recover from any accident injury that may impact how your body normally functions. When your muscles and bones undergo extreme trauma, they often need to be trained before they will function normally again. Read more about Physical Rehabilitation.