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Motor Vehicle Accident

At Inline rehabilitation centre we provide treatment and rehabilitation services to people who have suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident.


Our experienced and knowledgeable team will assist you on the road to recovery from the various injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

Our administration department will guide you through the process of filling a claim with your insurance company.

Our professional health care providers will assess the nature and actual site of the problem and provide skilled diagnosis and treatment plan to recovery. 

It is recommended that you begin therapy as soon as possible in order to allow for a faster recovery.



MVA Services Offered:


  • Initial Assessment post car accident and periodic reassessments to monitor progress.

  • A therapeutic and rehabilitative program, which is customized to each patient’s needs.

  • Variety of manual and modality therapies including: Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Psychotherapy, IFC, TENS, Ultrasound, Laser, Orthotics.

  • Active personalized rehabilitative exercise program to support Cardiovascular/Strengthening/Stretching. 

  • Work conditioning/hardening programs to aid the patient in returning to work with a decreased risk of re injury.

  • A wide range of assessments including: functional capacity evaluations, in-home assessments and Activities of Normal Life Intervention reports.



What to do after a car accident?




  • Call the police to report the accident.

  • Exchange insurance and personal information with all involved third party individuals ( witness included).

  • Take pictures of the accident scene and the vehicle damage.

  • Inform your car insurance/broker of the accident and any injuries that you have sustained.

  • Call us to book your initial assessment. 

  • Focus on getting better. We will work on your behalf to manage all reporting and documentation required to support your claim, and to ensure that you get the necessary treatment and benefits.



Top Reasons Why You Should Be Examined After a Car Accident:


  • You may be injured and not know it.

  • If you are injured your injuries usually will not heal on their own.

  • Injuries such as whiplash may not show any symptoms for hours, days or weeks later.

  • The first 72 hours after an accident are the most critical when treatment may be most effective.

  • The majority of injuries from automobile accidents occur at speeds of 15-50 km/h. Your car might not show much damage, but your body might.

  • A soft-tissue injury is permanent, as scar tissue can form in your muscles leaving them less flexible and prone to re-injury in the future if you don't receive treatment.

  • Prompt evaluation preserves your legal rights.

  • In most cases treatment cost you nothing out of your pocket, even if you are at fault of the accident.

  • Statistics show the longer you wait for treatment after you are injured, the longer it takes to heal and requires more treatments.



Facts about car accident injuries


  • The amount of physical damage to your vehicle doesn't always reflect the stress and injury to your body.

  • You can choose where you go for therapy without a referral from your insurance company.

  • The majority of auto accident injuries are soft tissues—muscles, tendons and ligaments.

  • Soreness and muscle pain from whiplash can signal a soft-tissue injury that may not be able to heal on its own.

  • Neck and back pain commonly do not surface until hours or days after the car accident.

  • A traditional approach isn't always the best. Painkillers, anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxants and other prescription drugs often only mask the condition and make daily functioning difficult.

  • Your auto insurance accident benefits plan once approved will cover your treatment cost with no deductible.

  • Upon assessment of your condition,our health care provider will complete an initial report outlining his/her clinical findings, along with a treatment plan indicating types and length of treatment recommended.

  • The aim of the treatments are to return you to your previous level of function. Treatments focus on  active strengthening, stretching, conditioning, and passive pain-relieving modalities as needed.

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