Should I See a Chiropractor after a Car Accident?
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Legal Help for the Injured
According to the American Chiropractic Association, back pain is one of the most common reasons for employees to miss work worldwide. Ohio’s Cleveland Clinic also reports that in the US, approximately 80% of adults will experience back pain prevalently in their lives. Back pain can be difficult to diagnose and treat, creating a potential for long-lasting medical issues, loss of independence, and psychological scarring.
Our Cleveland back injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick have decades of combined experience in back injury cases, and will ensure that you retain the best care and outcome for your back injuries, whether they’re related to home accidents, sporting events, or bodily wear and tear. They have the knowledge and understanding you need to navigate complex legal processes while also dealing with painful personal injury. We advocate for neck and back injury patients in a variety of circumstances through both short-term and long-term care.
Back pain transmits from the body’s nervous system and is often an underlying cause of more significant – and sometimes chronic – problems. Pain resulting from bulging discs, back muscle strains or osteoarthritis can be inhibiting to the point of immobility.
Since the lumbar spine – lower back – supports the bulk of human body weight, it is particularly prone to injury and pain, subsequently affecting other parts of the body, including the upper spine and neck. Back and neck pain can range from mild to severe depending on the amount of injury, and it can be acute or chronic.
Your back or spinal pain may relate to injuries or other conditions, including:
According to Ohio’s Mayfield Clinic, symptoms of back injuries may involve the following types of pain in the neck, back, buttocks, thighs, and knees:
Spinal injuries and back pain can result from serious impact due to:
Back injuries can wreak serious havoc on the body and cause physical damage as well as cause psychological side effects. These side effects may be severe enough to cause permanent or long-lasting damage. Back injuries may be keeping you in varying degrees of pain, out of work, on disability, in debt, or simply unable to participate in your day-to-day life at full capacity.
Back injuries can require both nonsurgical care as well as invasive surgery, and could also require weeks of physical therapy to rectify the problem and eliminate the pain.
Ohio medical professionals typically recommend beginning back treatment options conservatively before progressing to more aggressive measures for long-term chronic pain and severe back injuries.
Fight for Everything You’re Owed
If you or a loved one have sustained a back or neck injury at work, in an automobile accident, sports accident, or through the actions or negligence of another person or entity, you may be entitled to open a back injury case while seeking compensation for your loss.
Medical treatment and rehabilitation related to back injuries is often long-term and can be incredibly costly, and workers’ compensation can sometimes be hard to prove. That is why it is important to seek payment for damages if you believe you are not at fault for your back injuries.
Back injuries and back pain of any degree may qualify you to make a back injury compensation claim, our KNR Cleveland back injury attorneys can guide you through every step of understanding the legal process, help you get treatment, and assist you in seeking compensation for back and neck injuries.
Whether you hurt your back in a car crash or work accident, you may be entitled to your:
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What Makes KNR Special?
The experienced legal team at Kisling, Nestico & Redick can help you seek compensation for post-accident injuries and back pain you or a loved one sustained from activity-related experiences, accidents, or negligence.