How Do I Know if I am Injured?

How Do I Know if I am Injured?

Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 26-Oct-2016

How do I know if I am injured? The first sign of an injury is pain – a nervous system response alerting you that something in the body is not working. A sharp or stabbing pain is the first warning to seek medical help and get a diagnosis. Pain that is not as severe, but is recurrent and difficult to get rid of, is known as chronic pain. Chronic pain can last a long time if not treated. There are many different causes of chronic pain, but one of the most common causes is pain from injuries caused by traffic accidents.

At Cobb Pain & Rehab, we specialize in treating injuries that result from traffic accidents. We also treat pain caused by injury to the neck, back, knees, arms, and shoulders. Using a specialized diagnostic test, we can determine the location and severity of your injury and provide the appropriate treatment for you. Because we focus on treating the root of the problem that is causing your pain and not just the symptoms, you can not only experience relief from pain, but also these other benefits:

  • Headache relief
  • Increased range of motion
  • More energy
  • Better coordination
  • Reduced risk of injury in the future
  • Reduced inflammation

Many of the patients we see every day suffer from chronic pain and serious conditions caused by the negligence of another driver. A number of these patients have delayed visiting a specialist for fear of having to pay for treatment out-of-pocket. At Cobb Pain & Rehab, we can refer you to a personal injury attorney who can help you recover compensation from the at-fault driver to cover your medical costs. Our priority is to help you recover from your accident and get on with your life pain-free.

If you have been the victim of a traffic accident, it is very important to visit a specialist immediately. Our Cobb County clinic can assist you. Call us today at (770) 212-9711 to schedule an appointment. We are available 24/7 to take your call!

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