Studies have shown that when patients seek treatment sooner rather than later after a crash, results are better, especially for whiplash injuries. Preferred Pain Center now accepts personal injury liens.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 24, 2012
The leading Arizona pain management clinic, Preferred Pain Center, is now offering treatment for patients in pain after automobile accidents and involved in a personal injury case.
Being a victim in a car accident can be extremely difficult to manage, both physically and emotionally. It may entail time off from work due to painful injuries that require medical treatments. It can be difficult to find pain management doctors in Arizona who accept personal injury patients and work under personal-injury liens.
The medical providers at Preferred Pain Center, the leading Arizona pain clinic in the Phoenix metropolitan area, now accept personal-injury liens for treating patients involved in accidents.
Options provided for pain management at the center are various and include spinal decompression therapy, interventional pain management, medication management, manipulation under anesthesia, physical therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, and treatment by an award-winning chiropractor Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona.
“It’s hard enough dealing with all of the logistics involved after an accident such as finding a Phoenix personal injury lawyer, lost time from work, insurance companies, and then finding pain clinics in Arizona who accept liens. Our doctors offer a lot of treatment options, and we accept liens,” said CEO David Greene.
Preferred Pain Center also accepts multiple health insurance plans as well, which can assist in patient care after an accident and potentially increase the amount of settlement available to patients at the end of their case.
“We have personnel who can assist in helping patients find the best personal injury lawyer Phoenix, AZ if needed. It’s all about being a one stop pain management solution for out patients in need at a difficult time," said Greene.
He added, "It really is a difficult time, so why make it harder than it needs to be? With all the treatment options available at our pain management clinic, outcomes for pain relief are maximized. Studies have shown that when patients seek treatment sooner rather than later after a crash, results are better, especially for whiplash injuries. If we can help restore dignity while offering pain relief, that’s the ultimate goal – getting patients back to living!” said Greene.
After being in an auto accident and being in pain, individuals should call (602) 507-6550 to make appointments.