If an accident has left you with chronic neck or back pain, personal injury doctor Dr. Payam Moazzaz at New Era Spine is here to help.
The phrase “accidents will happen” is among the truest and most accurate ever spoken, especially on today’s roadways. Indeed, the website Accidents in US.Com reports that 15,989 roadway accidents took place last year across the United States; and that thus far in 2017, 19,680 accidents have occurred on United States thoroughfares. (http://www.accidentsinus.com/) These accidents, furthermore, can seriously impact the lives and health of those involved. The Bellevue site Back to Health reports that 10 percent of automobile accident victims come to face some sort of disability as a result.
“In 2002, there were around 6,316,000 car accidents in the US, with these causing about 2.9 million injuries,” the website reports. “In 2003, the total number of car accidents was 6,328,000 and the resulting injuries stood at almost 3 million.”Furthermore, the website reports, 75 percent of individuals injured in car accidents remained symptomatic 6 months following the accident…and that, between the first and second years following a motor vehicle accident, more than 20 percent actually experienced a worsening of symptoms. (http://back2healthbellevue.com/auto-injury-related-statistics/).
These injuries can prove especially severe when they impact a delicate area such as the spine. So in the event that an automotive accident results in any degree of pain or stiffness, be sure to contact Dr. Payam Moazzaz at New Era Spine; a premiere personal injury doctor dedicated to both the comprehensive and therapeutic treatment of personal injury and the processing of workers’ compensation claims.In the wake of an automotive accident, or perhaps even a slip and fall, you might find yourself facing serious back injuries that include thoracic spine injuries, lumbar spine injuries, herniated discs, spinal cord injuries, etc.; not to mention a broad spectrum of numbness, tingling sensations, pain, spasms, tension, sprains and strains. Whatever the case, Dr. Moazzaz can give you the relief you need to get back on your feet; and, for that matter, back behind the wheel.
Dr. Moazzaz will partner with you on your return journey to a state of full and total wellness; administering top notch care through the use of minimally invasive treatments, therapies and procedures, as well as streamlining and facilitating the complex and heavily documented process of filing personal injury claims.
Equally skilled and experienced in the operating room and the courtroom, Dr. Moazzaz is a personal injury doctor that specializes in minimally invasive outpatient procedures involving small incisions, less pain and muscle damage, and shorter recovery times.
Contact Dr. Payam Moazzaz at New Era Spine today for your personal injury consultation.