If you’ve sustained a personal injury due to an automobile accident, Mumtaz George, MD, specializes in pain relief and accident rehabilitation at Birmingham Royal Oak Medical Group. If you’re in Royal Oak, Michigan, and need pain relief due to auto injuries, call the office to schedule an appointment or use the online scheduling feature to book now.request an appointment
It’s frightening to be in an automobile accident. You may be disoriented and not know what to do right away. Try not to panic and follow these steps:
- Call 911
- Seek injury evaluation at an urgent care clinic or an emergency room
- Work with a pain-relief specialist who understands how to treat auto injuries
Dr. George has decades of experience helping his patients recover from post-traumatic stress and ongoing pain after an automobile accident. He helps ease your pain and restore your body to full function.
What are some common auto injuries?
If you’ve been in an auto collision, you may have one of the common injuries that people sustain from vehicular accidents, such as:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Joint pain and dislocations
- Blurred vision
- Leg pain
- Damaged knees
- Internal injuries
- Head injuries
You may also be experiencing excruciating nerve pain. Dr. George can help treat the source of your pain and improve your quality of life.
How are auto injuries treated?
Depending on the type of injury you have, Dr. George customizes your treatment accordingly. He’ll evaluate your condition and develop a comprehensive plan to help you get relief from pain, restore mobility, and make a full recovery.
The team at Birmingham Royal Oak Medical Group includes doctors, nurses, behavioral management specialists, and physical therapists who work together using an interdisciplinary approach that combines holistic, natural, and traditional treatments.
Do pain management procedures hurt?
Whether you’re receiving facet joint injections, spinal manipulations, physical therapy, or medication, your comfort is a top priority for every provider at Birmingham Royal Oak Medical Group.
In some cases, you may need numbing medication to minimize the temporary pain of therapy or injections, but it’s well tolerated by most people and leads to greater, sustained pain relief from your auto injury.
For treatment from a full range of complex pain conditions as a result of an auto injury, trust the caring and qualified pain-relief team at Birmingham Royal Oak Medical Group. Call the clinic to schedule a consultation or use the online scheduling feature to book an appointment today.