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After a critical car accident, it’s normal to that you might be treated for a variety of imminent injuries that you sustained in the accident. Cuts, scrapes, open wounds, and broken bones are some of common injuries sustained following an automobile accident. Unfortunately, however, many accident victims continue to experience pain and symptoms for months and even years after an accident has occurred. One example of these symptoms is chronic neck pain. Chronic neck pain can generate severe stiffness and even headaches, making it difficult for accident victims to continue on with their lives. Some individuals may even find it difficult to work after a car accident that led to chronic neck pain.
In the immediate aftermath of the accident, you may wear a neck brace to help support the healing and comfort of your neck. One symptom that is associated with chronic neck pain is a dual aching feeling throughout the neck. You might not recognize chronic neck pain at first because it’s often associated with multiple other symptoms. For example, dizziness, difficulty swallowing, tingling, and swelling of your lymph nodes are all common side effects of chronic neck pain. Since untreated neck pain can often travel up the back of the spine, you might believe that the root of your problem is migraine headaches. Facial pain and pinching feelings are also symptoms that you need to visit with the doctor about the severity of your chronic neck pain.
Neck pain after a car accident should not be ignored or underestimated. When left untreated, chronic neck pain can make it difficult for you to work, participate in activities that you enjoy, and even relax. If you or someone you know has been the victim of a car accident and is currently experiencing symptoms of chronic neck pain, consult with your medical professional and then schedule an appointment with an Illinois personal injury attorney.
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