Injured in a Semi-Truck Accident? Have you had headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, confusion, diffulculty sleeping, or memory issues? Are you experiencing swelling, pain, numbness, or tingling in your arms, legs, feet, neck or shoulder? Is your stomach swollen, bruised, or painful?
If so, these symptoms could be the sign that you have a semi-truck accident injury. It is important to be seen by doctors experienced in treating semi-truck accident injuries within 72 hours to ensure the best recovery.
Chiropractic Company has been treating semi-truck accident injuries for decades and they are continually recognized for providing the highest quality of patient care to semi-truck accident victims in Greater Milwaukee.
There are a wide range of semi-truck accident injuries. Some of the most common include neck or back injuries, broken bones, head or brain injuries, internal injuries, rib or torso injuries, seat belt injuries, and spinal cord injuries .
These injuries can be serious, but you do not need to live with them long-term. Chronic pain does not have to be another thing you have to manage after a semi-truck accident. If you have been injured in a semi-truck accident, allow our doctors of chiropractic, physical therapy, orthopedic, and neurosurgery to provide the care and relief you need.
Whatever type of semi-truck accident injury you may have sustained, our doctors of chiropractic, physical therapy, orthopedic, and neurosurgery can help. We work together to devise the right treatment plan for your injury and situation in order to get you back to 100% as quickly as possible. Treatment options include:
Our doctors use hands-on chiropractic adjustments to unlock joint restrictions to safely and quickly restore mobility, alleviate pain and muscle tightness, and allow your body to heal naturally without drugs or medication.
Our goal is to treat your semi-truck accident injury quickly and effectively as possible and to provide documented proof of your injury so you can maximize your financial settlement.
*These services are offered through our colleagues at Midwest Orthopedic Network.