Auto Accident Injury

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FAQ for Auto Accident injury

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FAQ for Auto Accident injury 

Important information for Auto Accident Victims

Q: How Do I Know If I Am Injured?
A: Pain is not always a good indicator of injury. While pain is usually part of the immediate aftermath of an automobile accident, in some circumstances injuries can go undetected for weeks or months. Typical symptoms associated with automobile accident injuries include headaches, neck pain, back pain, muscle spasms, numbness, tingling, difficulty sleeping, fatigue and many other symptoms. Doctors at Good Day Total Health Clinic are experts at evaluating and treating auto accident injuries. We have been trained to recognize the signs and symptoms related to car accident injuries and will make sure that you get the care you need.

Q: What Should I Do If I Think I Have Been Injured?
A: The first thing that you should do is get evaluated by a professional who has been trained to diagnose and treat the injuries associated with automobile accidents. Our doctors will be able to tell you the nature and extent of your injuries after a consultation and examination. During your evaluation one of our doctors will perform a series of orthopedic, neurological and joint range of motion tests that will give the doctor the information necessary to start you on the path to recovery. The doctor will also refer you the appropriate specialists if your condition requires it.

Q: It is a common myth that whiplash and other injuries can only occur as a result of high speed auto accidents?
A: In reality, many people experience symptoms after minor accidents. Symptoms of whiplash may occur at the time, or they may occur days, weeks or even many months later.

Q: What Will It Cost Me?
A: Usually your bills are covered 100% by the insurance company or your attorney. The only exception to this is if the insurance company pays you for the care that you receive from our clinic then you will be expected to forward those payments to us for the services we provided.

Q: Do I Need To See My Medical Doctor First?
A: You should only see your medical doctor first if you are experiencing a medical emergency. You do not need a referral to see our doctors. Our entire healthcare professionals are specifically trained to treat the injuries associated while MDs will typically just prescribe pain killers and / or muscle relaxers that do not help you with your recovery.

Q: What Type Of Treatment Does Good Day Total Health Clinic Provide?
A: Our doctors will help you return to your pre-injury status with a combination of therapy that is designed to relax the muscles, organize scar tissue and restore full range of motion to stiff and painful joints. When you arrive at our facility, you will receive a through examination with highly advanced technology such as a digital x-ray, surface electromyography and other diagnostic tools to locate and document the specifics of your injuries. Once we have diagnosed your injuries treatment may be prescribed with a combination of chiropractic adjustments, physiotherapy, therapeutic massage, physical therapy & rehabilitation with neuromuscular reeducation and various therapeutic activities and even acupuncture.

Q: Do I Need An Attorney Before I Come In For An Evaluation With Doctors at Good Day Total Health Clinic
A: No. The first thing you should do is get your injuries documented by the doctor who is specialized in soft tissue injury. If you do choose to obtain the services of an attorney, our auto accident claim team will provide your attorney with the medical evidence that we have collected in the course of your care in order to help your attorney obtain a satisfactory settlement. Proper medical documentation is necessary to protect your rights.

Q: When Should I Settle With The Insurance Carrier?
A: Do not settle your claim until the doctor has released you from care. Insurance companies will try to settle your claim as soon as possible to limit their liability. If you settle your claim before care has ended you will lose your rights to any further treatment that you may need.

Q: Are The Other People That Were In My Car Entitled To Care?
A: Yes. Anyone else that was in your car at the time of the accident should get evaluated by a doctor for the same reasons that you did. They may also have access to the same type of settlement that you could receive.

If you have more questions and wants to have a case consultation, please do not hesitate to call Good Day Total Health Clinic at 703-914-4663 for assistance.