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If you have been injured in an auto accident, our medical experts and other trusted partners at The Physio Clinic @ West Durham can help you with all facets of assistance, from diagnosis, on through treatment, and even assist you in locating and acquiring legal representation, if desired or warranted. Please book an appointment with us at our Pickering clinic to start your recovery process with us.
However, it is critical and absolutely necessary you begin your journey of recovery by first obtaining a timely and accurate diagnosis as to the nature and severity of your injuries.
Your next step would be to follow this up by undergoing an immediate course of treatments and therapy, as laid out and recommended by your personal physician or another medical professional who has thoroughly examined you.
*Pain, trauma, mobility issues, as well as other physical and psychological challenges that often accompany debilitating accidents, are life-altering occurrences you should never treat lightly, or delay getting help for.
What Kind of Treatments Can I Expect to Receive for my Injuries?
In respect to a formal course of treatment as it relates to your own trauma or points of pain, specific avenues of recommended therapies will be dependent upon the nature and severity of your injuries.
For instance – Your examination and subsequent tests will reveal if you are experiencing, or at some point in the future be dealing with:
All of the above will determine the type of treatment, and the length of treatment time you may need in order for you to achieve your health and wellness goals.
Another factor about your case that will be taken into consideration when you are examined by a medical doctor is:
NOTE: You should be aware that in the event you are unable to work for long periods of time, due to your injury, you will likely need to demonstrate to your employer, as well as to your own personal, or employer’s insurer that you are actively participating in your recovery.
*Failure to comply can disqualify you from receiving the benefits you are entitled to. We can help you by furnishing you (and your legal representative – if warranted) with supporting documentation. Ask us for details.
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