Question: I had an accident that left me with severe neuropathy ( Weakness, numbness, and pain from nerve damage, usually in the hands and feet). I'm bed ridden in pain. Chronic pain, thoughts of hopelessness and depression plague me daily. All I do is cry. Where do I seek help? -- A Chronic Pain Patient Answer: You may want to consider seeking a out a pain management specialist in your region. They can help you with your pain. They are patient and truly listen to the patient
My first serious car crash injured my hips and my lower back. I was rear-ended, and suffered whiplash. The ER sent me home with off the counter pain killers and suggested I see my family doc. I feel like my my vertebrae is out of wack. Friends suggest not just any doctor will do. I need to see a pain specialist. Sound Familiar? If you have been injured in a car accident, whiplash injuries need to be taken seriously. Symptoms of whiplash injury may take weeks or months to man
Neck pain / stiffness (whiplash) Headache Dizziness or fatigue Ringing in the ears Speech changes Difficulty in swallowing Memory loss Head injury / concussion Leg weakness Arm weakness Most insurance companies will cover some or all of your medical expenses, even if the accident was not your fault under PIP insurance.
Regardless, it is important that you see the right type of physician who understand car accident injuries. After the accident you probably went to the emerge