- Torn rotator cuff
- Fractured bone
- Contusions, bruises, strains and sprains
- And other shoulder area damage that occurs after a car crash due to your shoulder colliding with a door or other object.
If you have reason to believe the pain, stiffness and/or tenderness you’re feeling in your shoulder is from a recent auto accident, contact a healthcare professional immediately.
Why? Because the pain and damage you’re suffering could quite possibly just keep getting worse. Knowing what’s wrong with your shoulder gives you treatment options that will ensure that doesn’t happen.
Call a healthcare professional today to get the gentle, caring treatment you deserve. It’s not too late to call someone you’re familiar with to pick you up, diagnose your injuries, treat your injuries, and get you any other help you may need to get your life back to normal.
Shoulder injuries are nothing you want to shrug off or ignore. Take them seriously and you’ll recover and feel better for doing so.