Car accidents can cause painful injuries throughout the body, and the legs are no exception. Pain in the legs, knees, feet, and shins are pretty common in auto collisions, often caused by sudden braking, which can strain or sprain the tissues in the leg region.
Your lower body contains a nerve network that works with your joints and muscles to keep your legs active and free of pain. When you suffer the trauma of a car crash, injuries can result in the spine and nerve network, sometimes from braking too quickly, and this can lead to painful inflammation of the region or more severe injuries.
Herniated discs can put pressure on leg nerves, or tendons in the knee, ankle, or hip may be ruptured, causing pain.
Our pain and injury doctors at Tri County Pain Management Center are skilled at diagnosing the source of leg pain and prescribing a diagnosis to relieve the pain. We use the latest state-of-the-art technology to explore the causes and level of pain and help you get back to a full range of motion.
If you’ve been injured in a car or work accident, please contact our friendly doctors at Tri County Pain Management Centers. We have twelve convenient locations in Greater Philadelphia, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware.
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