Auto Accidents


Elevate Medical offers full-service, comprehensive care for your injuries following an auto accident.

There are many types of injuries that can result from a car accident.  Often, symptoms continue to appear days after a crash, leaving victims confused about the source of their suffering.  Initial medical treatment for most motor vehicle accidents consists of painkillers and a neck brace.  Unfortunately, these treatments rarely provide much relief, and they do nothing to repair damaged tissues.


Some of the most common auto accident injuries include:



Tears to ligaments and tendons in your spine

Head injuries, such as headaches and concussions

Knee and shoulder injuries, such as sprains and strains

Nerve damage



The auto accident program at Elevate Medical has been specifically designed to address all of your injuries regardless of severity, onset of symptoms, or age.  From the moment you arrive, you will receive individualized attention from healthcare providers across several specialties in order to fully assess your condition, provide you with the best treatments to eliminate your pain, and correct the underlying issues.  Elevate Medical is equipped with the most advanced treatment modalities alongside an integrated healthcare model to offer you the most complete approach available.


Auto Accident Services at Elevate Medical:


On-Site Digital Radiographic Imaging

Custom Bracing for Knees and Low Back

Chiropractic Care

Physical Therapy

Myofascial Release Techniques

Injections for Pain, Inflammation, and Muscle Spasm

Platelet Rich Plasma Injections

Mediwave Ultrasound Therapy

Hakomed Bioelectric Therapy

Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Therapy

Home Care Programs


In addition to the above, Elevate Medical closely works with several local attorneys to assist you with obtaining the best representation for your circumstances.

While you can begin care at any time, it is highly recommended that you contact Elevate Medical as soon as possible after your accident.  Failure to receive proper treatment after an auto accident can result in long-term complications.