Some spinal injuries may leave you without sensation, movement and you may be unable to walk or move about freely again. Other less severe spinal injuries can leave victims needing lots of rehabilitation to recover and get stronger. Spinal injury exercises may help some victims to get back to their original health while for others the effects are permanent. If the accident which caused your spinal injury was the result of someone else’s negligence, contact our team of professional advisors for free initial advice.
How do spinal injuries occur?
Spinal injuries can be the result of a bad slip, trip or fall. You may have even fallen from height, from a ladder or rooftop. Road traffic accidents and collisions can cause serious spinal injuries and they can also happen in sports activities, regardless of whether the sport is non-contact or not.
If the spine is twisted, severed, compressed or broken it can damage the vertebrae and the nerves which can result in severe pain, lack of mobility or feeling and even paralysis. If you want to find out what your rights are after an unfair accident, contact our helpful team at Accident Advice Helpline today over the phone or online.
Where can I find spinal injury exercises?
Spinal injuries need specialised care from certified, qualified physiotherapists or other medical professionals. Depending on the location and severity of your spinal injury your exercises may vary completely to someone else’s exercise programme. If you are interested in or are already involved in rehabilitation for your injuries you may want to consider compensation to help pay for additional private sessions to help improve your mobility, sensation and overall health after your accident.
No-win, no-fee service for victims
Spinal injuries are no laughing matter and you may be left feeling angry and vulnerable after an accident which wasn’t your fault left you with pain and mobility problems. You may be unable to take care of yourself on your own or you may be limited in what activities you can now take part in.
Making a claim for compensation can’t take away the frustration and inconvenience of your injuries but it could help make life a little easier. To find out more about our no-win, no-fee service and how the claim process works, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or call 0333 500 0993 for mobiles).
Date Published: January 25, 2017
Author: Rob Steen