Blog Preview:Traffic accidents may increase your risk of developing widespread chronic pain. A study from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland found more people with chronic pain reported a traumatic incident versus others with no such occurrence (i.e. car accident, surgery, workplace injury, etc.) TriState Pain Institute is investigating the likelihood of chronic pain after a car accident, and what to do to manage the pain.
A recent report from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine evaluated the occurrence of musculoskeletal pain after motor vehicle collisions in the U.S. and found chronic neck pain is common among car crash victims. More than six weeks after their accidents, 70 percent of patients reported... Read more