What Happens to the Body in a Car Accident?

What Happens to the Body in a Car Accident?

Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 1-May-2017

What happens to our bodies in a car accident? Obviously, nothing good.

Cars are large containers of metal and when in motion they handle an immense load of energy, which, at the moment of a stroke or abruptly braking, transfers all that force of the car to our bodies formed by flesh.

When we are driving we have kinetic energy and that is the energy that is created when we move forward. Think that when one is mounted in the car at high speed one does not feel the speed and it seems that everything inside the car is still, but it is by kinetic energy. When the car is going to stop normally the brake is pressed and this happens gradually, so the kinetic energy is disappearing. In an accident, this natural process is interrupted.

Most current cars are made to absorb all this energy in case of collision, but still, because of the high speeds or sudden movements, no matter how prepared the car is to receive the impact, the first affected are the passengers .

To treat injuries that occur in an accident, Dr. Anthony Bartolo de Cobb Pain and Rehab and his team practice the following procedures for the recovery of their patients:

  • Chiropractic Care
  • Physical rehabilitation
  • Massage Therapy
  • Spinal Decompression
  • Cold Laser Therapy

At Cobb Pain and Rehab we have the human team and the technology to help you from the first moment.

We speak Spanish and offer transportation.

CALL NOW 770-988-0033

We are experts in traumas caused by auto accidents and injuries at work

First visit with examination , therapy and two X-rays for only $ 99 * Promotion valid for patients who pay cash. CALL NOW 770-988-0033. We serve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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