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TAKE THE QUIZ to see if you need help to recover from your vehicle collision
“How do I know if I need help after a collision?”
Do you have...
New or worsening Headaches?
You NEED to know this!
Even if you car is totalled, you can always get repairs done or buy a new vehicle.
The bad news is that you only have one body. You can't just trade it in for a new model.
Unfortunately, it isn’t always so clear cut if your body needs help to recover after a collision.
You may of gone to the hospital or seen your doctor and they told you nothing was broken and that you are fine. “Just soft tissue injury”.
But, over 50% of vehicle collision victims
SITLL HAVE PAIN ONE YEAR AFTER THEIR INJURY!
Clearly "just soft tissue injury" is a dramatic understatement.
You owe it to yourself, and your loved ones to determine if you DO NEED extra help to allow your body to heal.
Sometimes pain, injury, and problems don’t reveal themselves for days, or even weeks after an injury.
You think everything is just fine until one day you wake up and you can’t move your neck, or can’t bend over to put on your socks. Maybe it takes you 20 minutes to crawl out of bed.
You owe it to your family, friends, colleagues and YOURSELF
Find out if you need some TLC like your vehicle
I've seen what chronic pain does to people, and their lives.
Its a massive tax to pay. And its not only you that pays the price.
Relationships with a spouse, family, friends and work all become stressed. Sometimes the stress causes these relationships to become strained or to break and fall apart.
One of every two people with an injury from a vehicle collision still have pain after 1 year. Most that I encounter tell me they thought they were fine and it would just get better on its own...it didn't.
You don't want to avoid getting therapeutic treatment that can help you recover from your injuries ... just to end up living with chronic pain for the rest of your life. No one does.
Know with confidence that you are fine, and that you don't need a helping hand to recover from any obvious...or not so obvious injuries.
There is confusion, and mis information after a collision. Insurance, doctors and therapists giving you mixed messages... Its time you gained some clarity.