It is common to sustain some sort of spinal injury in a slip and fall accident. Because of the sudden and unexpected impact to the body, your spine can easily be knocked out of place and your pain can get worse through the days following your accident. The back is made up of sensitive parts such as discs, nerves, bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments that can each be affected in a unique way in a slip and fall accident. If the bones and discs begin to rub against each other, over time a painful condition known as Post Traumatic Arthritis can develop and cause long-term damage.
 
It is also common to experience pulled muscles while trying to maintain your balance and avoid falling. Any sort of soft tissue (muscles, ligaments, tendons) injury can be hard to find and accurately diagnose. An untreated soft tissue injury can easily lead to a condition known as Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness, in which the pain continues to get worse days and even months after the accident. If left untreated, painful scar tissue can develop and lead to long-term damage.
 
The process of recovering from a slip and fall injury can be difficult and especially frustrating. Whether you have pulled a muscle, torn a ligament, or knocked your back out of place, your life has probably been dramatically affected and many of your normal activities are now impossible. Added to the frustration of your injury is the fact that it likely happened because of the negligence of some else. You deserve to receive treatment from doctors who understand your situation and know how to help.
 
Call Dr. Dean M. Zusmer
Chiropractic Physician
English: 305-389-9040
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