Stomach Pain after Car Accident
It’s extremely common to experience episodes of stomach or abdominal pain after a car accident. This is largely due to the seatbelt. As you know the safety feature of a seatbelt is that it automatically locks in place in a car accident.
Many with stomach or abdominal pain also feel nauseous after a car accident. But when you have nausea it is often due to a concussion. A lot of people complain of mild to severe dizziness after their car accident. And others find themselves experiencing anxiety attacks and panic attacks after their car accident.
Most people don’t realize they can be badly injured even in a low speed car accident. The stomach pain, is often accompanied by headaches and neck pain from whiplash. Many find that they are not mentally sharp afterwards.
Suffering a concussion after a car accident (TBI) is far more common than you’d suspect. A recent concussion survey revealed that people’s initial concussion symptoms accelerate into either Post Concussion Syndrome or PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).
Nerve-Muscle-Bone injuries are especially noticeable. It’s not unusual to feel like you’ve been punched in the stomach, back or head. The shoulder strap can jam your neck, tear tendons and ligaments in your shoulder and even make your ribs ache.
How to Heal after a Car Accident
We offer an assortment of treatment and therapy options to help you recover from injuries sustained in a car accident. Including:
- Physical Therapy
- Chiropractic Manipulative Therapy
- Cold Laser Therapy
- LightWorks LED Therapy
- CranioSacral Therapy
- Emotional Freedom Technique
- Magnetic Field Therapy
- Nutritional Supplements
Recovering after a car accident is often something you cannot do on your own. That’s the reason we’re pleased to invite you to take our:
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