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Coping With Back Pain After an Auto Accident

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If you’ve recently had an accident that wasn’t your fault and as a result, been left injured and enduring ongoing pain, chances are you’re experiencing bad back pains on top of everything else. Coping with any kind of pain- especially if it was completely out of your control- is miserable. Here at Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm, we understand that living with pain is one of the most enduring side effects of an auto accident.

The top injury attorneys at Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you have more than 15 years of experience in helping clients who have back pain after an auto accident.  Our offices are conveniently located in nearby Chandler, Peoria, and North Phoenix, and we can meet in-person or over the phone or video call.  You can contact us for a free consultation, or read on to find out more.

By the way, we will also help with other problems that have cost you sleep, like getting a rental car very soon and finding a nearby doctor who can help you. Even the best legal team isn’t good enough if your quality of life isn’t sustainable while justice and compensation are on the way. The whole point of legal action is to regain quality of life, so we help you long-term as attorneys and short-term as your go-to people.

Why Your Spine Can be Easily Injured

Our spines often bear the full brunt in a vehicle accident- particularly if you’ve been rear-ended, leaving people often with  aches and back pain, often as an ongoing issue. The spine is almost always impacted by an accident as the body continues to move forward after a sudden stopping force from a vehicle hitting something else. While most back pain goes away in a few days, when it doesn’t it can indicate a serious condition that needs treatment or even surgery.

The spine is an intricate and delicate part of the body and when they’re subjected to trauma or force, it can have an ongoing impact on mobility, pain management, and even other health implications. As it connects all other limbs, the spine can also become a secondary injury, long after an accident, as your body adjusts or compensates for feeling pain in other parts of the body such as the shoulder, arm, or hip.

Coping with back pain and spasms after an accident

Our backs are a complex column of bone, muscles, nerves, ligaments, skin, and other tissues. When any of these parts are damaged either alone of combined, it can cause serious pain and ongoing issues such as spontaneous spasms and aches. It is always important to seek medical advice as soon as possible after a vehicle accident to help identify any underlying spinal injuries or damage that you may not be able to feel.

Depending on just how much pain an individual feels on a day to day basis will then depend on the methods a doctor would advise to try to help ease the pain. There is a range of medicinal painkillers available as well as recommended movements to try. Certain exercises such as yoga, swimming, and even walking can also help maintain mobility and ease the pain and spasms in the back, as well as regular physiotherapy which is another popular option for managing pain. Ultimately, your back pain is individual to you and your accident so it’s important to seek professional advice when trying to manage ongoing pain.

How Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm can Help You

At Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you, we have more than 15 years of experience helping clients obtain compensation for their back pain after an auto accident. When you’re ready to talk, please contact our office to arrange a free initial consultation by phone or at our Chandler office, conveniently located in your area.

If you need medical treatment after a car accident contact Phoenix Accident and Injury Law Firm near you in nearby Chandler, AZ to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney. We provide personal injury legal services to clients in your area including Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Peoria.