Louisville Car Accident injuries need Trained Medical Doctors.
Call us 502-584-6852
Louisville car accident injuries can get complete care in one place.
Therefore, we offer on-site:
- a complete medical evaluation;
- massage and physical therapy.;
- full spectrum radiology, including MRI;
- brain injury testing in children (8 years and up) and adults. We use the same test our military uses to evaluate head injuries;
- teaching e.g. If you cannot raise your arm above your head without pain you probably have a shoulder injury.
- evaluation for inner ear and brain stem injuries with state-of-the-art VNG;
- a board certified neurosurgeon, trained in trauma to evaluate and treat.
First, neurosurgeons receive extensive training in general trauma. We need to diagnose all things that can happen.
Another point, we complement the clinical exam with computerized brain function testing. Your balance and how your eyes move can identify a brain injury. Since trauma can damage your balance in accidents we offer balance training.
Most of all, our state of the art safe open mri helps identifies underlying soft tissue injury. We affirm that our Airis II open MRI has national certification (ICA). Consesequently we can evaluate brain, shoulders, knees, elbows, wrists, fingers, feet, and toes.
David Changaris, MD
for Louisville Car Accident Injuries
After Accident Care licensed staff offers Many Services
(No need to travel across town):
- Physician (MD) trauma evaluation
- Medications to treat painful injuries
- Psychological Counseling for Car Related Anxiety
- Family counseling to help people get back in the car
- Massage Therapy
- Physical therapy
- Brain Injury Testing 8-adult
- Holistic Alternative therapy for those not wanting traditional medical care
- Children treated here along with the whole family.
Shoulder injuries occur in 3 of 10 Louisville Car Accident injuries
With great physical therapy most gain return of full range of motion. Ignoring shoulder injuries (common in a chiropractic office) leads to a frozen shoulders in 3-6 weeks. Only MD's can diagnose and treat shoulder injuries.
Call us 584-6852 L'ville
Recovery from Louisville Car Accident injuries involves more than spine.
First, serious Louisville Car Accident injuries involve more than spine. Ligaments tear within many joints.
This includes shoulders, elbows, wrists, ankles, knees and hips. Because ninety percent of people with concussions have no loss of consciousness, we screen everyone with the HELPS, the standard for identifying concussions. Therefore, we can help people with concussions.
Trained MD for Louisville Car Accident Injuries
Above all else, when you call us you will find a trained physician MD. While, only a few trained medical specialist can diagnose concussions, I am one of them. I am familiar with what you need. Especially, if you have a persisting headache. So if you have a concussion it can effect your school work. While, in other places we note problems include job performance. In addition, sometimes personal relationships suffer because the brain injured develops explosive anger.
After a trauma please, call 911 for confusion, breathing difficulty, broken bones and bleeding.
If you do not have an emergency, call us. Maybe you can avoid a long ER stay. My office is open 9am to 5pm daily, Monday thru Friday. Often my staff can work you in. A note of caution: Beware of people calling you after an accident, good clinicians and lawyers never will.
Children find a safety zone in my office for Louisville Car Accidents
Most noteworthy is that for years I practiced pediatric neurosurgery.
Over 10,000 car accident victims have found their way to my care. As a neurosurgeon, I have treated trauma in Louisville since 1984. Sorting out multiple accident dates happens every day. Even insurance companies contact us to review complex cases.
You can expect expert evaluation and treatment. In addition you will find procedural support in your insurance issues. In conclusion, After Accident Care keeps it all straight. Because we make sure everyone can understand, you have the best possible recovery. Therefore, it just makes sense to call a physician who has seen a lot of trauma.