“Were you hurt in an accident?” If you answered yes, then your body may be left with injuries from the trauma that is likely to change the way you can live your life. That is, until you are healed and physically recovered. Because of uncertainty, the damage to your body may or may not be as bad the damage to your vehicle. Everyone’s body is different to begin with and accidents don’t always follow text book diagnoses.
Car and motorcycle accidents are a fact of life. In this Forbes web article, a person will have 3-4 accidents in their life-time of driving. What does Dr. Tom see when clients come in after accidents like this? There could be broken bones, torn ligaments, whiplash, headaches, aches and pains in the neck, shoulders, middle back, lower back, hips, shoulders, hands, and elbows. Any traumatic accident could aggravate an old condition, sometimes worse than it was before. The bottom line, there usually is pain, a change in movement, and a loss in ability to be normally active. It will take effort to regain what was lost and a guide who can listen and teach you what to do.
Once seen by My PT, we will learn your personal story before the accident and now after. What are your goals? What do you want to restore? How do you want to feel?
Time may heal all wounds. My PT creates the stage for your body to recover back to a place you remember. People who are injured in accidents choose My PT to heal better, live better. Read what Kara had to say after being injured in a car accident and working with My PT.
“I can not express enough on how great of an experience I have had at My PT with Dr Naro. My family was in a car accident and needed to have physical therapy. The two of us had different injuries. Dr. Naro was patient for on listening to what our problems were and what evolved afterwards. Dr. Naro educated us on our injuries and taught us proper techniques to take care of them. Dr Naro is professional, knowledgeable, compassionate and truly cares about his patients. I would highly recommend My PT.” – Kara P.
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