How do we treat Personal Injuries?

CITY Health Services works with personal injury patients regularly, and are skilled not just in treating their pain successfully, but also in helping them navigate the difficult legal and regulatory issues that come with personal injury cases. Whether you have been the victim of an automobile accident or a simple slip-and-fall, our medical practitioners can be your allies in the fight against lingering pain from your injuries.

In many medical practices, the treatment plan for whiplash, the most common auto accident injury, is a simple neck brace coupled with strong painkillers. At CITY Health Services, we know that a far more effective method for treating the injury, and not just the symptoms, is physical therapy. Such treatment can repair and strengthen damaged tissue while keeping the growth of excess scar tissue at bay. Therapeutic techniques may include hands-on therapy or work with therapeutic equipment, plus strengthening exercises, stretching, and more.

Whiplash and similar auto accident injuries can have serious repercussions, even years down the line, so seeking physical therapy is the most proactive and healthiest thing victims can do. It is recommended that you begin physical therapy no more than a week after your accident, but it can still provide benefits even if you start treatment much later.

We focus on general wellness, and are proud to provide natural, drug-free health care to patients. We think maintenance and prevention are just as important as symptom treatment, and hope patients make seeing our staff a part of their regular health routine.

Get to know our Downtown Phoenix Medical Team and Mesa Medical team today.

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