If you’re involved in a car accident, you might also experience joint pain. At Physicians Group, LLC, an auto accident clinic, the team of multi-specialty providers offers various treatments for joint pain, including interventional pain management, chiropractic care, and surgery. Request your joint pain consultation by clicking the online booking feature, or call one of our 27 convenient locations in Auburndale, Bradenton, Brandon, Palmetto, Ft Myers, Jacksonville Beach, Jacksonville, Orange Park, Lakeland, Clearwater, New Port Richey, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Sebring, Spring Hill, St. Petersburg, Tampa and Temple Terrace, FL and Brooklyn Park, Robbinsdale, Minneapolis, Richfield and St Paul, MN., today.
Joint pain is swelling, stiffness, or general discomfort where two or more of your bones meet. Joint pain is usually felt in the back, neck, hands, and feet. At Physicians Group, LLC, the team specializes in diagnosing and treating joint pain caused by auto accidents.
Joints help you perform various movements, so when you experience joint pain, it affects your mobility and quality of life. Fortunately, there are a variety of minimally invasive treatment options that can provide lasting relief.
At Physicians Group, LLC, the team treats joint pain caused by car accidents and motorcycle crashes. This type of joint pain often occurs because of trauma from the collision. Even mild accidents, like fender benders, can result in joint pain, so don’t wait to seek treatment.
Make an appointment with the Physicians Group, LLC team if you’re involved in a car accident and experience joint pain. That’s especially true if the pain interferes with your routine or causes a loss of mobility.
To diagnose joint pain, your Physicians Group, LLC provider reviews your medical records and asks about your symptoms, including when they started and if they’re worse during exercise or other activities.
Next, they perform a physical exam. Your provider assesses the joint, looking for redness, swelling, or bruising. Then, they check your joint’s range of motion and have you perform a few easy exercises. Your provider also orders traditional X-rays, digital motion X-rays, or an MRI to get a closer look at your bones, joints, and soft tissues.
Treatment of joint pain depends on various factors, including your age, the underlying cause, and the severity of your symptoms. The team at Physicians Group, LLC might recommend:
Typically, minimally invasive treatments provide lasting relief, but if your symptoms persist, surgery might be necessary.
To explore the treatment options for joint pain, make an appointment at Physicians Group, LLC by calling the nearest office or booking online today.