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Auto Accident Injuries

Auto Accident Injuries

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.

Even if you’ve suffered a minor cut or scrape, you need to know that you’ve entrusted your care to an experienced team of doctors. At Sall Myers, we have the board certified specialist to treat your needs – whether you need physical therapy or an orthopedic surgery consultation.

If you’ve been in a traffic accident, you should see a board certified physician right away – even if you don’t feel any immediate symptoms. Some injuries can take up to 24 hours to present themselves, while others are serious but hard to detect.

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


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. In some instances, same day appointments are available upon request with evaluation and treatment reports available in 48 hours or less.


If you’ve been in a car accident in New Jersey and need treatment for an auto accident or personal injury, please call us at 866-609-4448 or fill out our contact form for a consultation.

Common Car Accident Injuries

Whiplash is a very common car accident injury, and is characterized by pain in the neck and shoulders. This condition can range from mild to severe, or even cause you chronic problems. Learn more about whiplash.

Car accident back injuries can affect your day-to-day life, and make simple tasks like standing and walking into pain-filled chores. Luckily, the board certified doctors at Sall Myers can assist you in your full recovery. Learn more about back injuries.

Your head is prone to a variety of accident related injuries, from hitting a dashboard or flying debris. When the head is injured, it can be an especially nerve-wracking time for you and your family. Learn more about head injuries.

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Diagnosing Car Accident Injuries

Sall Myers Medical Associates can diagnose any car accident injury, with our open-air MRI and radiology services on-site for your convenience – no shuttling back and forth to different buildings and offices. Our trained specialists will make sure you get the tests you need, with timely and accurate results.

Car Accident Treatment

Our board certified specialists can meet a variety of treatment needs. Our practice areas include:

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Anyone can benefit from the comfort and convenience of our Open MRI system, especially if you are an elderly, bariatric, or claustrophobic patient.

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Our neurologists combine clinical skill, cutting-edge research, and personalized attention to provide comprehensive care for a range of neuropsychological disorders and conditions.

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After an injury or an accident, Physical Therapy can mean the difference between having limited range of movement, not being able to move at all, or being completely back to normal.

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Electrodiagnostic testing measures the electrical activity of muscles and nerves. These tests determine if there is nerve damage, the cause of the damage, and if the damaged nerves are responding to treatment.


Our diagnostic imaging services are on-site at Sall Myers, saving you time and travel. We have the capability to accurately diagnose your injury in a timely manner.


Our experienced orthopedic staff can treat many different types of auto accident injuries, from a simple sprain or broken bone to a much more serious back or neck injury.


A critical part of any recovery, pain management is often difficult. Many patients are insufficiently treated for pain though with referral to a pain management specialist, suffering can be alleviated.

Accident Safety and Prevention

Texting and Driving: When you text and drive, you don’t just put yourself at risk – you’re also risking the lives of everyone in your vehicle, as well as everyone else on the road. In fact, it’s responsible for 18 percent of distraction-related accident fatalities in the United States.

Driving in a Construction Zone: The stop-and-go traffic of a busy construction zone can be an accident hazard. Learn how to protect yourself from injury with these tips.

Driving in the Fog: Heavy fog is the most difficult weather condition to navigate while driving. Learn how to protect yourself and get to your destination without incident with these helpful tips.

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