Let your patients get examined for soft tissue injury
Let us do the work of examining an existing patient of yours involved in a motor vehicle accident and/or a personal injury. We all know the difficulty in fully assessing and objectifying tissue damage using the conventional ways. We will examine your patient, both verbally, physically, and radiographically to quantify the level of damage and specify the tissues injured. Having us quantify and objectify the injury for a patient aids in greatly improving their compliance to therapy and/or future preventative or maintenance care in your practice. We all know that patients who do not understand what is wrong with them or cannot visualize that injury in their own person, will eventually begin to seek therapies out for themselves.
Has your patient been evaluated by you or another medical professional and the diagnosis/prognosis doesn`t seem to correlate to the level and persistence of the patient`s complaints or are the complaints reaching medical chronicity and you suspect there to be more damage then previously diagnosed? A second opinion examination at our clinic will most likely be able to provide objective proof of that tissue damage. We will examine your patient, both verbally, physically, and radiographically to quantify the level of damage and specify the tissues injured. With this information we can also provide advice for the best treatment modality and establish a timeframe for healing (prognosis).
Treatment of whiplash and injured patients
Generally speaking, other than recommending/prescribing pain medication or referring to certain therapists and other medical professionals, you will not actively be involved in the treatment of a motor vehicle accident or personal injury patient. We Therefore have, in addition to the evaluation of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents and who are personally injured, treatment services geared to treat and rehabilitate your patients based on the objectified diagnosis.
If a referral to our clinic comes from a treating therapist, after we have concluded our examination and Review of Findings, we advise those patients to continue care with the referring therapist.We strive to then provide an enhanced understanding to the referring therapist of exactly what is causing their patient’s symptoms, thus aiding in the creation of a treatment plan both the therapist and patient can bind themselves to.