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The Most Common Delayed Car Accident Injury Symptoms in Marietta

Motor vehicle accidents can be traumatizing experiences, no matter the severity of the damage or injuries. 

 

There's no way to know how we will react to a car accident until we're in one.

 

There is a significant amount of force from the extremely severe accidents to seemingly harmless fender-benders when two vehicles collide with one another.  

 

If you're involved in a minor car accident, it's common not to notice any injury symptoms immediately.

 

This can happen for many reasons, but the most common cause is the release of adrenaline.  

 

The release of adrenaline and endorphins, two chemicals that super-charge our bodies, are responsible for blocking pain and helping us cope with the accident.

 

So even if you feel fine right after a car accident, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are fine. 

 

When you start to come down after the accident, and the release of adrenaline and endorphins finally subsides, the pain will quickly begin to set in. 

 

At the Arrowhead Clinic in Marietta, our goal is to help you understand the importance of monitoring your symptoms and treating your injuries following a car accident.  

 

We want to help you restore your physical well-being, protect your legal rights, and receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

 

 

In the article below, we will discuss common car accident injuries that may not present symptoms immediately following car accidents.

 

 

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Car Accident Injury Clinic in Marietta, GACommon Delayed Accident Injury Symptoms

 

Some of the most common delayed accident injury symptoms are:

  • headache
  • dizziness
  • lack of energy
  • difficulty remembering information
  • nausea
  • inability to concentrate
  • abnormal sleep patterns
  • clouded thinking
  •  blurry vision

 

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above after a car accident, you must seek medical attention immediately, because you may have suffered a concussion.  

 

Another common injury that can have delayed symptoms after a car accident is a soft tissue injury. A soft tissue injury is an injury to the muscles, tendons, or ligaments. 

 

Common soft tissue injury symptoms are: 

  • back pain
  • shoulder pain
  • neck pain
  • numbness
  • whiplash

 

A well-known type of soft tissue injury that frequently occurs in car accidents is whiplash. 

 

Whiplash is an injury to the neck muscles after an impact causes the head to be suddenly thrown forward and backward.

 

Soft tissue injuries cause pain, a lack of range of mobility, and swelling. 

 

However, these symptoms will most likely not appear immediately and could take several days before you start to notice them. 

 

Even if your accident occurred at a low rate of speed, it likely generated enough force to cause damage, and it could take days or weeks to produce symptoms of the injury you sustained. 

 

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See A Chiropractor After Your Accident

It is often in your best interest to see a chiropractor after a car accident, no matter how you feel immediately after the accident. 

 

Your chiropractor will perform a thorough physical exam to diagnose any injuries sustained in the accident before they have a chance to get worse.

 

If no symptoms or injuries seem to be present, your chiropractor will advise you on how to monitor any potential injuries and symptoms and what to expect if they arise. 

 

You should also see a chiropractor after your accident if you plan on filing an injury claim. 

 

Insurance companies require a documented account of your doctor visits to prove that you were indeed injured from the accident.  

 

You should also keep in mind that if you wait too long to see a chiropractor about your injuries, the insurance company can deny your claim.

 

They will argue that because you waited so long that your injuries weren't that serious or were caused by something else.

 

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If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident and you're experiencing any symptoms of injury or pain, you should contact a chiropractor as soon as possible.

 

The expert car accident doctors at our Marietta Car Accident Chiropractor have years of experience helping car accident victims like you.

 

They can also help connect you with a car accident attorney so you can focus on getting better.

 

For a free consultation with the car accident chiropractors at Arrowhead Clinic in Marietta, click the button below.

 

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