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Chronic pain from car accidents

What can cause chronic pain

Tension, stress, and adrenaline can cause aches and pains after an auto accident.  However, there is a difference between temporary pain and lifelong chronic pain.  Many auto accident injuries require continuous physical or occupational therapy, surgery, and pain management to treat the underlying problem.  A person will often compensate for the damage in their body by making another part of their body work harder, this can contribute to long-lasting pain at the injury site.

Injuries that are likely to cause chronic pain

  • Whiplash.
  • Spinal trauma.
  • Back sprain.
  • Dislocation.
  • Disc displacement.
  • Broken bones and fractures.

What can you do about your chronic pain?

Talking to your doctor should always be the first step to getting treatment and peace of mind.  If you have avoided bringing this up to your doctor, have an open and honest conversation with them, they are here to help you!  Your doctor may refer you to a pain specialist who may prescribe a combination of treatments like medication, physical therapy, and other forms of therapy.

If your chronic pain is from an auto accident, contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at Liblang.  While we can’t help you with the source of the pain, we can help to make sure you are receiving compensation for medical bills and prescription costs.

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We can help you navigate the complex world of corporate insurance claims and what to do when you’re suffering from chronic pain from a car accident. Call us today at (248) 540-9270 and review your case with one of our specialist – it’s free to talk.

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