If you’ve been hurt in a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), it can be particularly stressful. In addition to physical symptoms, you may be concerned about your ability to work and the implications on your quality of life. PinPoint Health offers a wide range of therapies to help you recuperate as quickly and completely as possible.
Motor Vehicle Accident Injury Treatments
- Whiplash and neck injuries
- Back pain and injuries
- Joint and muscle strains and sprains
- Soft tissue injuries
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- Manual therapy
- Soft tissue therapy
- Naturopathic care
- Physical therapies
- Personal training
- Laser therapy
- Assistive devices
- Massage therapy
Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA) can have a profound effect on the body. Often, symptoms such as neck and back pain have a delayed onset, so it’s crucial to visit a healthcare professional and determine whether or not you need treatment. The professionals at PinPoint Health complete a variety of therapies to treat these accidents – even minor ones. Some services include whiplash, back strains as well as joint, muscle, ligament, tendon and spine conditions.
All patients will receive the highest standard of one-on-one care with a doctor or registered therapist, in a private treatment room. Our treatment options include manual therapy, soft tissue therapy, physical therapies, laser therapy, acupuncture, rehabilitation, naturopathic care, personal training, assistive devices and/or massage therapy.
At PinPoint Health, we understand how overwhelming all of the insurance paperwork can be; especially in addition to dealing with the MVA itself. For wellness purposes, we manage all reporting and documentation required to continue your claim, so you can focus on recovery.
At PinPoint Health, we make patients feel empowered by providing them with successful custom treatments that integrate a variety of physical therapy tools and approaches. Using our expertise, we educate patients about ways to maintain optimal health and prevent future injuries.