Many car accidents leave victims with severe injuries ranging from severely broken bones to a not so apparent soft tissue injury.
Soft tissue injuries are prevalent, but they are often dismissed as minor, and people think they will just go away on their own.
Sometimes that's true, but more often than not, if a soft tissue injury is left untreated, it will continue to get worse until treatment is received.
That's why, no matter how you feel after a car crash, you should see a car accident doctor as soon as possible.
A doctor will be able to diagnose your soft-tissue injuries and design a treatment plan so you can start recovering right away.
If you don't see a doctor right away, long term injuries can develop.
Soft tissue injuries are typical, but what exactly are they? How many types of soft tissue injuries are there? Which ones occur during car accidents?
We'll take a look at those questions and more in the article below.