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Maximizing Your Recovery After Severe Personal Injuries

Traumatizing personal injuries can be a harrowing experience. Car crashes and work-related incidents may involve significant bodily trauma; seeking immediate medical care in such instances is crucial to the proper evaluation and treatment of such injuries. While emergency rooms provide essential support services, trauma centers offer more specialized resources and expertise when managing severe and life-threatening trauma cases.

Navigating the journey from pain to relief, while simultaneously handling legal procedures, can be taxing. At TRI Physical Therapy, our team is committed to making this experience as smooth and stress-free as possible for you. Not only will we work to address any pain or injury issues but we’ll also ensure your comfort throughout the recovery journey.
A personal injury medical assessment is more than just a medical examination—it’s the first significant step towards achieving justice for the pain and trauma you’ve suffered. It contributes to building a solid foundation for your personal injury claim. This assessment underscores the importance of having skilled and empathetic medical professionals by your side who understand the intricacies involved in documenting your injuries accurately.
We understand that each individual’s circumstances and experiences are unique. This is why our team offers personalized care tailored to your specific needs. We consider several factors when conducting a personal injury medical assessment, including your medical history, the nature and extent of your injuries, any psychological impact, and the required treatment.

Traumatic Injuries Caused by Personal Incidents:

Traumatic injuries arising from personal incidents may have lasting physical and psychological ramifications that require professional medical intervention, often seen at trauma centers. Common types of these traumatic injuries include:

a) Car accident injuries: These can range from minor cuts and bruises to severe head trauma, spinal injuries, fractures, and internal organ damage.

b) Work-Related Injuries: Accidents on the job can result in fractures, traumatic brain injuries, burns, crush injuries and exposure to toxic materials.

c) Falls: Falls may cause fractures, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and internal organ damage.

d) Gunshot wounds and stabbing injuries: Penetrating injuries such as gunshot or knife stabbings may result in internal bleeding, damage to vital organs, nerve injuries or death.

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What is a Trauma Center?

A trauma center is a specialized facility within a hospital that is equipped and staffed to provide comprehensive care to individuals with severe injuries. Trauma centers have specially trained healthcare professionals, including trauma surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and critical care specialists, who work collaboratively to deliver immediate and specialized treatment. These centers are equipped with advanced technology, dedicated operating rooms, and access to emergency blood supply, imaging services, and other lifesaving measures.

Levels of Trauma Centers:
Trauma centers are categorized into different levels based on the resources and capabilities they possess to handle various levels of trauma. The American Trauma Society verifies the criteria for each level. The levels commonly recognized in the United States include:

a) Level I trauma centers: These centers provide the highest level of care, offering a full range of specialized services, including prevention, education, research, and rehabilitation. Level I trauma centers have 24/7 coverage by experienced trauma surgeons and other specialists, as well as the necessary infrastructure to handle complex cases.

b) Level II trauma centers: Similar to Level I centers, Level II centers also provide comprehensive trauma care but may have fewer research and educational components.

c) Level III trauma centers: These centers are smaller in scale but still provide prompt care to injured patients. They have 24-hour coverage by emergency medicine physicians and can stabilize and transfer patients to higher-level trauma centers if necessary.

d) Level IV trauma centers: These centers offer initial evaluation, stabilization, and limited trauma care. They serve as a bridge between smaller hospitals and higher-level trauma centers, providing essential care until transfer is possible.

e) Level V trauma centers: Some states do not recognize Level V trauma centers. These centers provide initial evaluation, stabilization, and preparation for transfer to higher levels of care.


Why Would Someone Be Taken to aTrauma Center?

In cases of severe injury, seeking care at a trauma center is crucial. Here’s why:
Trauma centers employ teams of expert clinicians with extensive training who specialize in treating severe or life-threatening injuries. Their experts possess all of the knowledge, experience and skill required to provide optimal care.

Trauma centers boast state-of-the-art facilities with state-of-the-art imaging technologies and operating rooms stocked with emergency blood supplies for quick diagnosis and timely treatment of injuries. Accessing these resources quickly is crucial in providing accurate diagnoses and prompt care.

Studies have demonstrated that seriously injured patients treated at higher-level trauma centers experience significantly reduced risks of mortality compared to those at lower facilities, due to expertise, multidisciplinary approach, and availability of specialty services that contributes to enhanced patient outcomes.

Time Saving: Reaching directly for treatment from trauma specialists saves valuable time by bypassing transfers at community hospital emergency rooms. Transferring patients consumes time that could otherwise be spent receiving quality care at trauma centers.

Trauma Centers vs. Emergency Rooms:

While emergency rooms provide essential care for a wide range of medical conditions, trauma centers offer specialized care for severe injuries. The key differences between trauma centers and emergency rooms include:

a) Specialized expertise: Trauma centers have trauma surgeons, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, and other specialists who are specifically trained to handle traumatic injuries. They possess advanced knowledge and skills in managing complex cases.

b) Advanced resources: Trauma centers are equipped with specialized resources, including advanced imaging, operating rooms, and access to emergency blood supply, to promptly diagnose and treat severe injuries.

c) Collaborative approach: Trauma centers follow a multidisciplinary approach, with different specialists working together to provide comprehensive care. This collaboration ensures a well-coordinated and efficient treatment plan.

d) Higher-level care: Trauma centers have the capabilities to handle complex injuries that affect multiple body systems. They are designed to deliver immediate and specialized care to critically injured patients.

Creating a Medical Record of Your Injuries:

After sustaining a personal injury, it is essential to create a comprehensive medical record of your injuries. This record should include:
a) Detailed description: Document the circumstances of the injury, including the date, time, location, and cause. Describe the nature and extent of your injuries, symptoms experienced, and any visible wounds or marks.

b) Medical examinations and treatments: Record all medical examinations, diagnostic tests, and treatments received. Include the names and contact information of healthcare providers involved.

c) Medications: Note any medications prescribed or administered during your treatment, including dosages and frequency.

d) Imaging and laboratory results: Keep copies of imaging scans, X-rays, CT scans, MRI reports, and any laboratory test results related to your injuries.

e) Follow-up appointments: Document all follow-up appointments, including dates, times, and outcomes of consultations with specialists.

We Can Help You At TRI Physical Therapy

When you are injured at work, in a car or motorcycle accident, or slip and fall, you deserve the best treatment. Our team includes specialists in pain management, orthopedics and traumatology, rehabilitation physicians and holistic pain experts, physiotherapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists. With our expertise in traumatology and disability, we can not only assist you in restoring your health, but also strengthen your legal case. Get benefits from every angle. Choose wisely.

Injured? We can help! Call 718-908-2000 to discuss your case and what you need to do to start your insurance claim and rehabilitation with medical recording.

We accept the major insurance companies and TriCare, if you have been injured, you are covered, call us for coverage information explained. We helped thousands of patients recover from their injuries over the last 25 years with up to $50,000 from insurance rehab funds per case as well as from settlements. Know your rights, call us for a free consultation.

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