Expect an x-ray
The exam itself may well be the biggest determining factor in what type of treatment you’ll get, but because it’s always good to err on the side of caution, your doctor will want to see the injury at the radiological level. Alternatively, he or she may want you to receive an MRI, which will help determine if there’s been any nerve damage.
As with exercise, the muscles need to rest in order to grow stronger following a hard workout. And it’s safe to say you shouldn’t be doing any rigorous physical activity following a car accident. Your doctor will have specific orders for you, but in general, reduce the amount of activity you do. You may need to take time off from work if your job entails heavy lifting. Furthermore, a cast may be necessary, especially if the injury affects your neck. Even if your injury isn’t serious, it’s important not to make any sudden movements, as this can make a relatively minor injury worse.
The recovery process following a car accident can truly be a real pain in the neck. Adding to the frustration is the cost of treatment. Your insurance policy may cover your medical expenses, but there’s a good chance your premiums will rise.
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