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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.

Back injuries fall into various different categories. Common back injuries include: Slipped disc or herniated disc, Pinched nerve and Spinal cord injury. Learn more.

A bone fracture or a broken bone occurs when more pressure is put on a bone than it can physically bear, breaking or splitting the bone. Learn more.

Any head trauma that causes damage to the brain is classified as a brain injury, although many people use the broader term of head injury. A brain injury may or may not include injury to other parts of the head and skull. Learn more.

Any head trauma that causes damage to the scalp, skull, or brain is classified as a head injury. Many injuries fall under this classification, from a simple bump on the head to a more serious brain injury. Learn more.

Slipped/Herniated Disc

In between the vertebra in the back, there are small, circular discs to keep the spine flexible and cushion the individual vertebra. A herniated disc occurs when one of these discs in your spine slips out of place, often due to trauma. Learn more.

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After a car or motorcycle accident, you may suffer from neck pain or injury. Two of the most common car accident neck injuries are Whiplash and Cervical Fracture. Learn more.

The term “pinched nerve” describes various types of injury that can happen to one nerve or a set of nerves. Pinched nerves can occur at various spots throughout your body, often resulting from an injury to the nerve roots. Learn more.

A rotator cuff tear describes tears to any one of the four rotator cuff tendons in your shoulder muscles. A dislocated shoulder occurs when the shoulder joint comes partially or completely separated from the socket it sits in. Learn more.

A spinal cord injury occurs when trauma causes damage to the spinal cord or the nerves in the spinal canal. Symptoms of spinal cord injury vary by location and severity of the injury. Learn more.

Whiplash is one of the most common motor vehicle accident injuries, and can range from mild to severe and even become an ongoing, chronic condition. Learn more.

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Sall Myers Medical Associates is your one stop treatment facility and will provide for all your car accident or personal injury needs. 

 

We provide evaluations and treatments for all types of injuries throughout Northern New Jersey at our nine New Jersey offices located in Elmwood Park, NJ, Paterson NJPassaic, NJ, New Brunswick, NJ, Irvington NJ, Union City, NJ, Rochelle Park, NJ, Parsippany, NJ, and Union, NJ. In some instances, same day appointments are available upon request with evaluation and treatment reports available in 48 hours or less.

Contact us

Please call us at 866-609-4448 to schedule your consultation, or fill out our Quick Contact Form.