Muscle Pain after a Car Accident
Muscle Pain after a Car Accident

Muscle Pain after a Car Accident

Muscle pain is joint after a Florida car accident. Muscle pain could also indicate that you have been injured in a car accident. Muscle pain can be caused by severe injuries sustained in an accident.

Common Injuries that Cause Muscle Pain

Muscle pain can be caused by a variety of injuries sustained in car accidents, as we have already mentioned. These are just a few of the injuries that can result in muscle pain.

  • Sprains or strains – These are the most common soft tissue injuries sustained in car accidents. A sprain is caused by a ligament being stretched or torn. A strain is when a tendon, muscle, or tendon is stretched/torn. Ligaments connect bones and tendons connect muscles and bones.
  • Whiplash This is an injury that occurs when the neck’s rapid, back-and-forth movement causes the soft tissues between the neck and the head to be ripped or stretched.
  • Airbag injuries and seat belt injuries – While airbags are a lifesaver, they can also cause muscle pain. For example, a seat belt can cause abdominal injuries by compressing the abdomen.
  • Broken vertebrae– A car accident can cause a broken vertebra or muscle pain. Vertebrae refer to the bones that make up the spinal column.
  • Facet joint injuries – The facet joints connect the spine bones. A facet common injury can occur when the spine bones move out of their proper place.
  • Herniated disks – A spinal disc is located between each vertebra. A herniated disc occurs when a spinal disk is torn or punctured.

A doctor can diagnose muscle pain caused by a car accident.

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