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Hot/Cold Treatment for Auto Accident injuries
Treating pain with hot and cold can be effective for a number of different conditions and personal injuries, and easily affordable. Injuries like minor stiffness or tension can often be relieved with only 15 to 20 minutes of heat therapy. Moderate to severe pain can benefit from longer sessions of heat therapy like warm bath, lasting between 30 minutes and two hours. Cold therapy works by reducing blood flow to a particular area with injuries, thus reducing inflammation and swelling that causes pain. Cold therapy can temporarily reduce nerve activity and relieve pain.
Intersegmental Traction In Personal injuries
This therapy is known for alleviating muscle spasms and improving the spine’s range of motion. Muscle spasms, irrespective of the cause, are painful and can be debilitating. After therapy, the muscles are able to relax and return to their natural positions and begin functioning normally. Stays as the original one.
Massage therapy is a highly effective treatment for stress, joint pain, and injuries. It is an excellent way to effectively act as an alternative remedy that can help you feel both physically and mentally better. Studies show receiving a massage can increase the levels of serotonin and oxytocin, which help reduce stress. The relaxation you receive from a massage will also help to elevate your mood and lower your blood pressure, decrease your heart rate, improve your breathing, and promote deeper sleep.
This is a type of complementary and alternative medicine. It may be used to treat conditions such as back pain, neck pain, pinched nerve, headache, hand or foot problems and to improve overall health. This is achieved through spinal manipulation
Patients with personal injuries from motor vehicle accidents – car crashes, motorcycles, bicycles or pedestrians can benefit from Electrical stimulation therapy. Electrical stimulation therapy involves the use of low-voltage electric currents to treat pain. It sends signals to targeted muscles to make them contract. Electrical stimulation therapy is used for a variety of conditions including, back pain, neck pain, arthritic pain, muscle aches and nerve pain such as a pinched nerve. It works by first blocking the pain sensation and secondly by stimulating the body’s own natural pain relievers called endorphins. The therapy can be adjusted to allow mild to moderate muscle contractions. Muscle contraction increase blood flow to an area which helps in the healing and alleviating pain.
Personal injuries Pain management medications for example, muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatory medications.