Blog Posts in October, 2016

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  • 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 ...
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  • Halloween is one of the Most Dangerous Nights of the Year for Car Accidents

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 14-Oct-2016

    Halloween is a fun holiday for kids and adults alike, but it is also one of the most dangerous nights of the year for drivers and pedestrians. There is a significant increase in auto accidents on Halloween due to the amount of pedestrians out walking around in the dark and an increase in drunk driving. Unfortunately, child pedestrian injuries and deaths tend to spike on Halloween when careless or ...
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  • Nobody Is Prepared For an Auto Accident

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 14-Oct-2016

    We seldom leave the house thinking that something bad will happen to us, but the reality is that unexpected things can happen at any time. If something were to happen, it is important to be prepared in order to know how to act and avoid making the problem worse. In cities with heavy traffic like Atlanta, car accidents happen all the time. Head-on collisions, T-bone collisions, and accidents in ...
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  • Seeking Treatment for Car Accident-Related Neck Injuries

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 11-Oct-2016

    Car accidents commonly result in injury to the neck and/or spine. Whiplash, which is caused by a rapid change in momentum that causes the head to snap forward and back, can cause ligaments to be stretched or torn in the neck, leading to pain and stiffness. While symptoms of a mild injury may disappear on their own, more serious injuries can lead to long-lasting problems without timely, proper ...
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