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Injuries

Work, Sports & Auto Injuries

Work Injuries: Many Americans are injured daily while working. Typical work injuries include spine disorders, mostly in the heavy-machinery industries or cumulative trauma from repetitive injury, which may cause carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis.

Sports injuries: This refer to the kinds of injury that occur during sports or exercise. While it is possible to injure any part of the body when playing sports, the term sports injuries is commonly used to refer to injuries of the musculoskeletal system.

Auto Injuries: Car accident may affect any part of your body, however the most common auto injury is whiplash, a condition created by the forces of a collision that snap the neck forward and backward very quickly. Whiplash injuries are often accompanied by headaches, stiffness and pain and should be discussed with physician as soon as possible.

If you suffer from any type of injury do not hesitate to contact our office or make an appointment on our website!

 

How we can help

NorthPark Medical Group consist of a multidisciplinary medical staff that provides internal medicine, occupational medicine and physical therapy services. What makes NorthPark Medical Group so unique is that our team will be able to provide total care under one roof. This begins with an extensive evaluation and development of a personalized treatment by our physicians and physical therapists. We offer same day appointments for injured patients. This timely assessment may help accurately assess the injury, and develop a plan of treatment to improve your function.

We offer consultation and treatment with our Internal Medicine doctors as well as treatment done by our licensed physical therapist. Physical therapy treatment may consist of a variety of hands-on joint and soft tissue treatment techniques, exercise techniques and pain reducing modalities. Treatments are designed to increase motion and strength, reduce pain, and most importantly, restore function. Patients are typically involved in an active exercise program at home and are educated in ways to speed recovery and prevent recurrence of the problem.

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