I recently wrote about the consequences of distracted driving—texting, talking on the phone, etc. And then just the other day, I came across a really interesting and strange piece of information. Apparently Google, in response to the growing problem of preoccupied drivers, is not-so-secretly designing a car that uses artificial intelligence to drive itself.
It’s interesting to think that this could be the wave of the future. So far, Google’s test cars have proven that such vehicles are actually a reliable method of transportation. It is, however, difficult to see how Google’s invention will have any practical application anytime in the near future. In the meantime, it’s more likely that an increasing number of Monmouth County residents will be suffering from auto accident injuries caused by distracted driving.
What really happens to drivers after an auto accident? Ever since our Red Bank office has incorporated a medical doctor for pain management, I’ve been thinking a lot about this. Our entire team of healthcare practitioners (including physical therapists, acupuncturists, a massage therapist, and chiropractic doctors) has really been thoughtful in the process of working together to find the very best strategies in pain management and rehabilitation for people suffering from auto accident injuries.
If you’ve been following my blog, you know by now that we’ve created an Auto Accident Injury Program for such patients. To me, the type of care we’re now offering patients is as revolutionary as Google’s futuristic car—except, of course, that it’s happening in our office right now.
How are we differentiating ourselves from other rehabilitation centers? Let’s take a look:
- Instead of forcing patients to drive from one office to another for medical care, physical therapy, massage therapy, or chiropractic care, we have located and retained the very best practitioners in each field at our Red Bank, NJ office.
- We are incorporating traditional, Western medical practices for pain management with ancient, holistic treatment options such as acupuncture. This allows for the best of both worlds.
- We are equipped on a number of levels to help post-accident patients deal with the psychological ramifications of a traumatic auto accident.
- On top of caring for the physical and emotional needs of auto accident injury patients, we can also assist patients with locating an attorney when legal counsel is necessary. Our staff is also prepared to work with insurance companies to make sure that all required treatment options are covered.
Our pain management office is located in Red Bank, NJ. If you are in the midst of dealing with the physical, emotional, and personal fallout of an auto accident in Monmouth County, feel free to contact our office.