Soft Tissue Injuries
How We Can Help
Accidents, especially those involving automobiles, can injure soft tissues in various ways. Typical locations of soft tissue injuries are the neck, back, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees, and ankles. While sprains and strains are common, the most significant type of soft tissue injury is a complete severance. In some instances, nerve damage is caused by soft tissue injuries.
Any one of these injuries requires extensive medical attention, as the healing period can take some time and treatment may also include surgery. The healing process for a soft tissue injury can be up to a year and even more for the muscle, ligament, nerve, or tendon to heal completely.