The list of things you do with your hands each day is astounding. Everything from getting dressed in the morning to preparing dinner in the evening is accomplished through the use of your hands. Everything from getting dressed in the morning to preparing dinner in the evening is accomplished through the use of your hands.
Unfortunately, in a car accident, the chances of injuring your hand are amplified. During an accident, any object within reach can result in an injury to your hand. The impact of your airbag deploying can cause an injury to your hand if it is in the way.
The impact your steering wheel exerts on your hand can hurt you during an accident. Even a dashboard, windshield or side window can injure your hand if no seatbelt is worn. Hand pain following a car accident can be severe and deserves immediate Chiropractic attention. If you injure your hands in an accident or suffer from chronic pain, contact our Conyers Chiropractors to schedule a free consultation.
The hand consists of 123 ligaments and 29 bones. Because of its many parts, there are several different ways a hand can become injured during a car accident.
Treatment of for these injuries usually includes immobilization to heal correctly. Most bones can be healed without surgery. However, a correct initial diagnosis is critical.
At AICA Conyers, we realize the importance of determining the full extent of your injury. We use state of the art diagnostics to identify the root of the pain you are experiencing. This includes an initial X-ray followed by CT scans and MRIs to detect hard to find injuries such as hairline fractures.
Our Chiropractors will work with you to make sure your bones are healing properly so that there aren’t any bumps on your road to recovery. We will continue to monitor your progress with X-rays during regular visits.
The team at AICA Conyers wants you to return to the quality of life you had before your car accident. Our Chiropractors are experts in diagnosing and treating your hand injury so you can heal as quickly as possible. Additionally, your treatment doesn’t end just because your bones have healed.
Our physical therapists will work with you to make sure your hand regains the strength it had prior to the accident. Call us at (404) 602-0386 and make an appointment to visit one of our convenient locations today.