What Does a Rib Out of Place Feel Like?

General | Mar 15, 2024

Do I Have a Rib Out of Place in My Back?

When it comes to back pain, common causes can range from a simple muscle strain to more complex issues like slipped discs. But what about the possibility of a rib being out of place? While it might sound alarming, understanding the basics of a rib out of place in my…

What to Do About Neck Pain After Head Trauma?

General | Mar 15, 2024

What to Do About Neck Pain After Head Trauma?

Whether you suffered a head injury in a car accident or from a slip and fall, it's essential to recognize that head trauma can lead to delayed symptoms beyond the immediate injury. Neck pain after head trauma is one of many delayed symptoms that can significantly impact your quality of…

How to Sleep with Pinched Nerves in Your Neck and Shoulder  

General | Feb 22, 2024

How to Sleep with Pinched Nerves in Your Neck and Shoulder  

As you lie down for a good night's rest, the last thing you want to deal with is a pinched nerve in your neck and shoulder keeping you awake. If you experience this type of discomfort, you want to find lasting relief from this uncomfortable condition. Let's explore how to…

5 Chiropractic Techniques for Whiplash

General | Feb 16, 2024

What Chiropractic Treatment Techniques Are Best for Whiplash?

Have you ever been in a car accident where your head and neck snap violently forward and backward with a sudden impact? This is one of the most common ways people can develop a car accident injury, known as whiplash. Whiplash is a medical condition characterized by a sudden, forceful…

Why Do I Have Shooting Pains in My Head?

Chronic Pain, General | Feb 15, 2024

Why Do I Have Shooting Pains in My Head?

Experiencing shooting pains in your head can be an uncomfortable and even scary sensation, often catching you off guard with sudden, sharp jolts of pain. Unlike the steady pressure more commonly associated with typical headaches, these shooting pains can feel like brief, intense bursts of discomfort, leaving you to wonder…

Benefits of Physical Therapy After a Car Accident

Accident Recovery | Jan 20, 2024

The Benefits of College Park Physical Therapy after a Car Accident  

In the aftermath of a car accident, the road to recovery includes more than simply bandaging up any visible physical injuries. Part of your treatment for car accident injuries may include College Park physical therapy. In fact, physical therapy can play a crucial role in the healing process after a…

When to See a Chiropractor for Knee Pain

Chiropractic | Jan 10, 2024

How Chiropractic Can Help with Knee Pain

When you think about going to the chiropractor, you might have neck or back pain in mind. But chiropractors treat more than just spine injuries – they work with all types of musculoskeletal conditions, including knee pain. By focusing on the alignment of the spine and joints, chiropractic care aims…

Why Do I Have Tingling in My Shoulder Blade

Chiropractic, General | Jan 1, 2024

Why Do I Have Tingling in My Shoulder Blade?

Do you find yourself frequently getting a tingling sensation in your shoulder blade? If so, you're not alone. Many people deal with this frustrating issue, often wondering about the root cause behind the persistent tingling. You might not realize just how much you depend on a healthy, functioning shoulder until…

Most Common Injuries Caused by Rollover Crashes

General | Dec 16, 2022

Most Common Injuries Caused by Rollover Crashes 

A rollover car accident refers to a situation where one or more vehicles tip over onto the side or upside down. Depending on the severity of the crash, a car may roll over once, or it could roll over several times and inflict a lot of damage. Rollover car accidents…

Treatment Options for an Annular Tear

General | Dec 15, 2022

What You Need to Know About Annular Tears

The human spine is made up of a series of bones called vertebrae that are stacked one on top of the other. In between these vertebrae are spinal discs that have a tough outer shell that protects a gelatinous inside, which helps with shock absorption and movement. The spine is…

Car Accident Injuries That Can Cause Side Back Pain

Accident Recovery, General | Dec 5, 2022

Causes of Side Back Pain after a Car Accident 

Most people deal with back pain at some point in their lives. In fact, back pain is one of the most common reasons people see a doctor in the United States each year. While many times back pain is simply caused by a minor strain like a pulled muscle from…

Benefits of Physical Therapy

General | Nov 15, 2022

How Physical Therapy Can Help You Get Back to a Normal Life After an Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic experience. Unfortunately, over 12 million car accidents happen each year in the United States. Those involved in a car accident can and do experience injuries, whether mild or severe, as a result of the car crash. These injuries can be…

Symptoms of a Whiplash Injury

Chiropractic, General | Oct 13, 2022

Top 4 Medical Professionals Who Can Help with Whiplash Recovery

You’re driving down the road when suddenly, a car comes up behind you and slams into your car. Perhaps they were speeding or distracted and didn’t have enough time to stop. You didn’t see the accident coming, and you get jostled around from the impact. This type of car accident…

Tips for Combatting Back Pain While Driving

Accident Prevention, Accident Recovery, General | Oct 6, 2022

How to Combat Back Pain While Driving

Do you have a long drive ahead? Perhaps you are planning a road trip to visit family or friends for the holidays. Or perhaps your commute to work takes a lot longer than you would like. No matter what keeps you in the car for a long period of time,…

Shoulder Problems Caused by Car Accidents

General | Sep 21, 2022

6 Common Shoulder Problems Caused by Car Accidents

Car accidents can place a significant amount of stress on the body, often resulting in injuries. It is important to be evaluated by a doctor as soon as possible if you have suffered an injury in a car accident. Injuries can vary from mild to severe, but in all cases,…

Types of Femoral Fractures

General, Joint Pain | Sep 21, 2022

What You Need to Know About Treating a Broken Femur

The femur is the longest and strongest bone in the body, which makes it very difficult to fracture. The most common cause of a broken femur in an elderly person is a combination of a fall and osteoporosis. In a younger person, the most common cause is a car accident. Regardless…

Some People Afraid of Seeing a Car Accident Doctor

Accident Recovery, General | Sep 1, 2022

Why Are Some People Afraid of Seeing a Car Accident Doctor?

Being in a car accident can be a life-changing experience that leads to injury, expenses, and traumatic memories. For some, this can cause a person to avoid seeking care for their car crash injuries from a qualified car accident doctor, even if that doctor can help restore them to health…

Seat Belt Injuries

Accident Prevention, General | Sep 1, 2022

What You Need to Know About Seat Belt Injuries

Each year over 35,000 people in the United States die in car accidents. Wearing a seat belt reduces the risk of dying in a car accident by 45% and can prevent serious injuries that could lead to disability and chronic pain. Seat belts keep the wearer from being ejected from the vehicle,…

Nociceptive Pain

General | Jul 19, 2022

Nociceptive Pain vs. Neuropathic Pain

Everyone deals with pain from time to time, whether you stubbed your toe on the coffee table or injured your elbow while playing tennis. When you are dealing with pain, you probably aren’t thinking about the specific kind of pain you’re experiencing. In fact, pain can keep you from thinking…


General | Jul 19, 2022

How to Safely and Properly Use Crutches, Canes, & Walkers

Have you ever tripped and hurt your ankle, needed a cast on your leg, or suffered a stroke and weakness in your legs? If you have had any injury to the lower half of your body, you may be familiar with crutches, canes, or even a walker. If you have orthopedic…

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