Work & Car Accident Injury Therapy

Did you know research has shown that physical therapy within 16 days of an injury or accident reduces recovery-time. Receiving physical therapy promptly following and work or car accident will help to reduce your pain, accelerate your recovery, lessen the need for pain medication, and faster return to pre-accident activities.

How Can We Help Relieve Your Pain?

At 208 Physical Therapy we not only want you to Think Forward, but Move Forward past your pain! Our experts are here to help you achieve this starting at discovery and ending with achieving your goals. We accomplish this by:

History
Take a thorough history to understand how your pain started and what influences it
Evaluation
Perform a comprehensive evaluation to diagnose your condition
Education
Educate on the factors contributing to your condition, and how you can overcome it
Treatment
Design an individualized treatment plan
Exercise
Provide customized home exercise program
Care
Coordinate care with referring providers

What to Expect
When You Visit

Your therapist will take a thorough history to understand not only the symptoms experienced, but also how your symptoms impact participation in activities of daily living. This will be followed by an exam to determine the cause of your symptoms. Once a diagnosis is reached your therapist will help to develop a treatment plan designed to address the impairment. We will ensure frequent communication with all parties involved in either a work injury or car accident claim as we THINK FORWARD and MOVE FORWARD to achieving your goals.

You Can Feel
Better

Examples of common work or car accident injuries we treat:

  • Whiplash
  • Back pain
  • Headaches
  • Overuse injuries such as tendonitis 
  • Concussion

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor about physical therapy. The sooner you receive treatment the faster you will recover and return to normal daily activities.

Whiplash Injury Treatment

Following a car accident, one of the most common injuries we see is whiplash. Whiplash pain relief can feel unachievable at first, as symptoms don’t always come on right away and may get progressively worse as the days go by.

When providing whiplash injury treatment at 208 Physical Therapy, we see many people make great strides in reducing their whiplash pain. We have found that the sooner you seek out physical therapy, the sooner you can get back to feeling your best after a car or work accident.

With whiplash injury treatment, we aim to help you reduce pain to avoid needing excessive amounts of painkillers, while also providing you with the mobility that you had before your accident. At 208 PT, we are always looking out for you and your health.

Work Accident Injury Therapy

While it may not be widely publicized, there are many work-related injuries that take place, causing people to have to miss work or even reconsider their job. We often we work-related injuries among people whose jobs involve heavy lifting or even slippery floors. Most often, work injuries involve:

  • Slips and falls
  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Sprains
  • Pulled muscles

Work accident injury therapy is crucial to getting back on your feet and keeping your body healthy. When we work on helping you get your body mobile and healed, we often work with patients to strengthen their bodies in an effort to avoid another work-related injury.

Our main priority is to get you back to feeling like normal, or better. With the help of our team, you can get stronger, more flexible, and continue to move forward.

Car Accident Injury Therapy

Whiplash may be the most common, but it isn’t the only kind of injury we see following a car accident. Car accident injuries can lead to neck, back, or even wrist pain that can get progressively worse if left untreated.

Working with 208 Physical Therapy, you can address the problems and pain you have as a result of your accident to come back from it feeling free to live your life like normal. If you have been in a car accident or work accident recently, reach out to 208 PT to begin your journey to healing right away.