Car crashes happen all the time, and with car accidents come injuries. One of the most injured areas of the body during a car crash is the spine.
There are various types of injuries an individual can sustain during an automobile accident. From herniated discs and vertebrae fractures to whiplash and soft tissue injuries, it is always important to seek medical assistance after a car crash to diagnose any possible injuries and begin treatment as soon as possible.
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After suffering an automobile accident, it’s not uncommon to experience injuries or develop conditions which can leave an individual feeling pain and discomfort. Together with whiplash, spine and back pain are considered the most common symptoms resulting from a car crash. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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