- Who pays for my medical expenses after a car accident?
- Mobility versus Immobility: Why it is critical to start moving after surgery
- What you need to know about managing chronic pain with physical therapy
- Initial steps you must take after being injured in a car accident
- Why a private physical therapy practice is better for your rehabilitation
- How we can help you in achieving the above
Who pays for my medical expenses after a car accident?
Once you were involved in a motor vehicle accident, your car insurance should be responsible for your medical payments. The declaration of insurance in your coverage package will tell us your coverage range per incident.
We will bill your insurance company directly. Your responsibility is to do what you have to to get better, do your exercises and actively participate in the rehabilitation process.
Mobility versus Immobility: Why it is critical to start moving after surgery
It was proven by Dr. Robert B. Salter, M.D., through his research that with movement, the healing of ligaments, muscles, bone, etc., is faster than immobility and leads to better end results.
What you need to know about managing chronic pain with physical therapy
Managing chronic pain requires a well-maintained balance between mobility and rest. The HMPT practice is skilled (30 + years) in a wide variety of hands-on manual therapy from the very gentle movements to the deeper movements, while in a chronic situation it is a must to continue self maintaining exercises on your own or in a group setting (Yoga, Tai chi, Pilates or any other exercise method that you are comfortable with).
We will equip you with special, specific and general exercises to help you function more efficiently and with less pain.
Initial steps you must take after being injured in a car accident
You will need to find the best providers, be it an MD or DO, dentist (TMJ injury) physical therapist, chiropractor, acupuncturist, psychologist etc.
You will need to select the best specialized attorney.
You will need to have all of your necessary and personal information, including test results, accessible at all times.
Know your rights dealing in the first few days with your insurance company.
Why a private physical therapy practice is better for your rehabilitation
If you were not satisfied with your experience through a physician-owned physical therapy practice, consider an independent practice such as HMPT. Our private practice specializes in a personalized, firsthand approach stemming from extensive research and methods that our unique our facility.
How we can help you in achieving the above
There are different scenarios for every patient who has been involved in an injury. Our goal is to assist you in all of your needs through the maze of handling the process of recovery appropriately. Call us at your earliest convenience and we will work with you to achieve the best outcome for your rehabilitation.