Auto Injury Clinic
Written By Andy Zapata
In 2018, there were more than 400,000 vehicle crashes in the state of Florida. From those crashes, more than 254,000 injuries were reported. That’s a quarter of a million injuries! No matter how cautious you are behind the wheel, accidents still happen at an alarming rate, and many of those accidents will result in injuries, many of which will need rehab or physical therapy. Fortunately, we specialized in the rehabilitation of auto injuries here at Physical Therapy Now, ready to help you get back on your feet and feeling better after a car accident.
Common Auto Accident Injuries
At Physical Therapy Now, we can help with several different types of injuries, both minor and serious, that are commonly sustained in auto accidents. It’s important to note, however, that you should seek medical attention immediately after a car accident. Some of the auto injuries we see and treat often include:
- Soft tissue injuries such as whiplash
- Other head and neck injuries
- Spinal injuries
The type of physical therapy you receive will vary depending on the severity of the injury. Some injuries may require a lengthy period of strenuous rehab, while others may simply need exercises and pain-management techniques.
Types of Physical Therapy We Offer
Again, the type and severity of your injury will dictate the right treatment plan for PT, but we offer a wide variety of services to handle just about any auto accident injury.
- Exercise therapy
- Manual therapy
- Massage therapy
- Stretch therapy
- Muscle strain/sprain therapy
- Laser therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Home exercise programs
Physical Therapy Now: The Auto Injury Clinic
Why trust Physical Therapy Now to help you manage and treat your auto accident-related injuries? There are plenty of reasons! We have years of experience dealing with auto injuries, so you know you’re in the good hands of our licensed physical therapists. We have 20 convenient locations across the state of Florida, plus we offer transportation and are open late for your convenience. Also, we accept most insurance plans. If you’re ready to get on the road to recovery, call us today at (800) 481-4852 to schedule an appointment.