Accident Patient Info Center
We know that the time after an auto accident can be confusing. Sall Myers is happy to provide a comprehensive Patient Information Center to help you understand and seek treatment for your personal injury.
Your body can suffer many different types of injuries during a car crash. We’re here to help you identify your symptoms, and provide you with more information about treatment and recovery to ease your worries.
- About Accident Injuries – Your body can suffer many different types of injuries during a car or motorcycle crash. We’re here to help you identify your symptoms, and provide you with more information about treatment and recovery to ease your worries. Our bilingual staff is equipped to handle many different types of accident injuries, no matter how minor or serious.
- About Whiplash Injuries – Whiplash is one of the most common auto injuries, specifically in cars that have been hit from behind or “rear-ended”. Many people recover from whiplash from anywhere within a day or two to a few weeks.
- About Injury Treatment – An auto accident injury can be a scary experience, especially when you don’t know what to expect next. We’re here to address your questions about various types of injury treatment, so you know what to expect when you come into the office. At Sall Myers, our bilingual staff is equipped to handle many different types of accident injuries.
- About Traffic Accident – No matter the cause of the accident, even the most minor traffic collision can cause a plethora of painful injuries – from whiplash and broken bones to much more serious spinal cord injuries.
- About Whiplash – Whiplash is a common condition associated with car accidents. The term “whiplash” is actually not a medical term, but is more commonly used to describe a wide range of neck injuries, including neck sprain and strain.
- About Clavicle Fractures – The clavicle is more commonly referred to as the collarbone. A clavicle fracture occurs when there is a break in this bone.
- About Head Injury – Any head trauma that causes damage to the scalp, skull, or brain is classified as a head injury. This means that a wide variety of injuries fall under this classification, from a simple bump on the head to a much more serious brain injury.
- About Back Injury – The two main types of back injuries are: Spondylolisthesis, also referred to as a “slip”. Cervical radiculopathy, or a pinched nerve in the cervical spine near the base of your neck.
- About Spinal Cord Injury – A spinal cord injury occurs when trauma causes damage to the spinal cord or the nerves in the spinal canal.
- About Torn Rotator Cuff – A rotator cuff tear is a term used to describe tears to any one of the four rotator cuff tendons in your shoulder muscles.
- About Separated Shoulder – A separated shoulder occurs when the ligaments connecting the collarbone to the shoulder blade are torn.
- About Dislocated Shoulder – A dislocated shoulder occurs when the shoulder joint comes partially or completely separated from the socket it sits in.
To help make your visit run quicker and easier, we’ve provided a library of downloadable patient forms. You can print and fill them out at home, saving you time in our waiting room.
Paying Medical Bills Related to Auto Injuries in New Jersey
In New Jersey, the legislature has provided coverage for auto-related medical services. This is known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP for short) and is part of your auto insurance premium. Many people do not fully understand how this works, or even know that it exists. We’re here to help explain it to you.