Interest is a casual, fickle beast…COMMITMENT is a far different animal

Interest is a casual, fickle beast…COMMITMENT is a far different animal

 Many people pay lip service to getting pain free and back to health.

But what they really want is simply to not feel the pain any longer.

They don’t want to do what it takes to solve the underlying issue causing they’re pain.

They’re “interested” in being pain free, but they’re not “committed.”

Sure, they’ll take the benefits from being pain free, right up to the point where it requires more than a nominal effort or change on their part…

Once there’s any form of resistance, it’s typically a sigh, a shake of the head, and a pronouncement that things “didn’t work.”

The real problem is commitment.

You see, interest is a casual, fickle beast.

It comes and goes, requires little energy or effort, and produces little in the way of lasting results.

But commitment is a far different animal…

It creates lasting change, because it draws on the energies of the entire person: mind, body, spirit.

To be truly committed means to take responsibility.

It means being consistent.

And it means you adapt what works and throw out what doesn’t.

When you’re committed you find a way to overcome an obstacle – over, under, around, through…

What you don’t do is stand there, stare at the obstacle, shrug and turn back… that’s interest.

Too many people are interested in getting free from pain – but not committed.

What about you?

Are you suffering but finally committed mind, body and spirit to get free from your pain?

If so, I can help.

And my promise to you is that I’ll be committed to helping you get pain free and back to health.

That’s our mission here at the Pain Arthritis Relief Center…

And the hundreds of testimonials from our pain free clients assure us we’re achieving that mission every day…

Now it’s your turn to decide.

Are you just interested in being pain free… Or are you committed?

If you’re honestly committed, simply call me at 301-710-9777 for a free phone consultation on your specific situation…

Or if you already know we can help, just schedule a visit and we’ll get started ASAP.

The choice is yours.

You have nothing to lose but your pain.

I hope to hear from you soon!

 

Yours in health,

 

Dr. Brian Paris

Managing Back Pain After a Motorcycle Accident

After an accident, you may have a number of injuries to contend with. Back pain is just one common injury that motorcycle enthusiasts are at the risk of suffering from. Unfortunately, recovering from back pain after a motorcycle accident may mean the you must contend with the injury for many years to come. Working with an attorney who can help procure a settlement that keeps your need for long term medical care in mind will be a vital component to claims involving motorcycle accidents.  

Common Back Injuries Following an Accident

Depending on the type of back injury you have fallen victim to, there can be a range in terms of treatment, recovery and aftercare. For many, a back injury can impact you in the long term, making your ability to complete normal, everyday tasks unmanageable, examples include:

  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Spinal Fracture
  • Herniated Disk

You will certainly require the assistance of an attorney if you find that you have suffered back injuries following a motorcycle accident. They will be able to assign a value to your case and take into account any future medical expenses you may require.

Long Term Treatment and Pain Management

Following a back injury, aftercare can vary. With so much going on, there will be much to sort out. It can be difficult to foresee what the future may hold. One particularly important aspect to legal representation is the skill to which an attorney has in assigning value to your claim. Thankfully, they will be able to help keep any long term medical care you may require in mind during negotiations. The last thing you want is to incur medical expenses further down the road that you did not plan for in your settlement. Future medical expenses following a motorcycle accident may include:

  • Ongoing physical therapy
  • Pain Medications
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Acupuncture
  • Future Surgeries

Your attorney will work hard to ensure that your future medical expenses are taken into account.

Protecting Yourself on the Road

Before you hop on your motorcycle to enjoy the freeing experience of the open road, you will want to take the time to ensure that you have taken every precaution. Although in many cases, no matter the precautions, you may be unable to prevent an accident. However, you may be able to mitigate its’ severity. The following are various measures to take before riding:

  • Look your bike over before you take it for a ride.
  • Wear a helmet
  • Wear protective clothing such as boots, jacket and long pants
  • Make sure that you are equipped with the proper motorcycle training
  • Don’t ride in poor weather or on bad roads
  • Don’t ride too fast
  • Don’t ride when fatigued or under the influence
  • Always ride defensively

A motorcycle accident can change your life forever, the harsh reality is that accidents involving motorcycles almost always result in serious injury and even fatalities. If you or a loved one have been in an accident at the hands of another driver on the road, you will certainly want to consider speaking with an attorney.

Contact a motorcycle accident lawyer Houston, TX trusts for their legal assistance if you believe the driver who hit you was at fault for causing the accident you were in.

Thank you to our friends at John K. Zaid & Associates for their insight into motorcycle accidents.

Knee pain transformation: From hobbled to whole again.

Recently, a client named Cletus visited our office…

He arrived hobbled with knee pain and frustrated…

Here’s what he told us as he left:

“It’s a beautiful place. You walk in with pain, and walk out without pain.”

That’s right…

He walked out. Without pain.

And notice his tone… no more frustration, everything was positive.

We have hundreds of similar testimonials from ecstatic clients like Cletus.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve “tried everything” already. We can help you.

Because we don’t just give you some cookie cutter program and load you up with painkillers…

Everything is tailored to you… your unique circumstances and pain… and most importantly, the underlying cause…

And we’re not just trying to “manage your pain.”

In fact, we help you get out of pain quickly so we can solve the underlying issue causing you trouble to get you back to health.

So if you’re in pain, whether it’s knee pain like Cletus… or neck, back, shoulder, knee, etc…

There’s no reason for you to suffer any longer.

Now’s the time to get out of pain.

Simply call our office today at 301-710-9777 for a free consult, or to set up a visit.

Hope to see you soon!

To your health,

Physical Rehab and Recovery Following a Car Accident

Motor vehicle accidents can cause personal injuries that last months and even years requiring ongoing physical therapy, as a West Virginia car accident lawyer can explain. Injuries range from a nagging, chronic sore back to being total paralysis. Most back and neck injuries can be treated with a regular program of chiropractic care to alleviate pain. Others require surgery and long-term rehabilitation. Of the millions of car accidents that occur every year approximately one third are rear-ended collisions that result in head, neck, back and spinal injuries. Rear end accident victims often report symptoms that are diagnosed as “whiplash.” Whiplash injuries can result in ongoing pain that should be treated with physical therapy.

Symptoms of Whiplash From an Automobile Accident

Many people suffer from pain in the shoulders, neck, and head in the days, weeks, and months following an accident. Stiffness in the neck can cause a lack of motion making it uncomfortable to turn one’s head this way or that. Car accident victims also can develop chronic migraine headaches requiring bed rest or taking powerful and potentially dangerous medications. Whiplash patients report tingling and numbness in the hands and feet due to neck and back injuries. Finally, other car accident victims experience dizziness, fatigue and blurred or double vision as a result of the sudden impact of a collision.

Relieve Pain With Physical Therapy

There are many good reasons to engage a physical therapist after an auto accident, the first being to produce immediate relief from pain. Even a regular program of chiropractic can alleviate back, neck, shoulder and head pain on a temporary basis. Another way physical therapy can help is to condition the muscles, tendons, and ligaments in the back, neck, and shoulders so that as healing occurs the spine is supported in its proper, pain-free position. If left untreated, torn muscles, tendons, and ligaments can heal and seal the joints in an improper position causing a lifetime of pain and limiting one’s mobility. Proper condition of the spinal and neck muscles can leave an accident victim feeling as good as they were before the accident if not even better. If a person waits until their injuries have fully healed and trapped their joint or back in an improper position, it could take much longer to rework the connective tissues back into their proper position.

Avoiding Surgery and Dangerous Pain Killing Medications

Physical therapy or chiropractic care should be the first plan of treatment before taking dangerous pain medications or undergoing surgery in the hope of becoming pain-free and avoiding meds or surgery altogether. Surgical repair in and of itself could be required and only then a person would be in a position to undergo rehabilitative physical therapy. All in all, physical therapy is a must when a person has been injured in an automobile accident is they intend on getting back to work or enjoying the same quality of life they may have had prior to the accident. Most programs of physical therapy are covered by the same health insurance that pays for surgeries or hospital care. A person considering physical therapy should consult with their insurance agent prior to jumping right in as there may be restrictions to you coverage one should be aware of.

Thanks to our friends and contributors from Adams Legal Group, PLLC for their insight into recovery from car accidents.