If you are looking for an orthopedist Washington DC trusts because you have been injured, you are not alone. Whether it is a sports, work, or repetitive stress related injury, people are often referred to orthopedists by their general practitioners. If you have a pain that your doctor cannot diagnose or one that he or she cannot treat in their office, there is a good chance that you may be referred to an orthopedist. If your injury was caused by someone or something besides yourself, there is a compassionate and caring personal injury lawyer can help you protect your quality of life and your rights. Call the experts at Cohen & Cohen, P.C. at (202) 640-4856 to ensure the wrongs done to you may be compensated for.
An orthopedist is a doctor who specializes in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of problems or injuries of the musculoskeletal system. This includes muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones throughout the body. Orthopedists provide surgical and non-surgical care to their patients. Non-surgical care includes physical therapy, orthotics (shoe inserts), running and gait analysis, cortisone injections, and viscosupplementation therapy. Unfortunately, it takes many people a long time after they start feeling pain to admit to themselves that they need the help of a specialist. When you are looking for an orthopedist Washington DC residents rely upon to help you with your ailments, be sure to find one who is reputable and trusted by others in your community. If you are unsure of the causes of your injury, or know that they were through the fault of others or faulty products, an evaluation of your situation is valuable to your future physical and financial health. Get a free evaluation from the personal injury lawyers Washington DC trusts and relies on by calling (202) 640-4856.
Orthopedist can be miracle workers for many of their patients. They have been trained to help people in many different ways. They perform different kinds of surgeries to help correct problems that lie inside the body. Patients who have suffered from partial or complete paralysis can regain mobility after a surgery performed by an orthopedist. A joint replacement surgery can take years off of how old an individual feels by allowing them to do activities that they have not been able to do for a long time. The technology for surgeries such as a hip replacement, have become so advanced that most people are up and walking on the same day as their surgery. If you have an injury that your general practitioner has not been able to help you with, you might very well need an orthopedist Washington DC residents trust and rely on.
The way orthopedists treat patients has been greatly improved by technology, but some of the ideas that still inform the field today were developed many centuries ago. For example, during the Middle Ages, soldiers with broken bones were treated with bandages dried in horse blood to serve as a splint, albeit an unsanitary one. The original term “orthopedics,” meant the correcting of musculoskeletal deformities in children. In the mid-1700s, many of the treatments orthopedists prescribe to their patients nowadays such as, exercise, manipulation (now known as physical therapy) and splinting/bracing, were prescribed to treat deformities in children. Starting in the late 1800s, the field of orthopedics was expanded to include adult ailments that go far beyond childhood deformities. Most of the adults you know who have been to an orthopedist have done so for reasons that reach far beyond problems that children can be afflicted with. If you are one of the many, many adults (or children) who suffer from pain as the result of an injury to, or problem with your musculoskeletal system, you may very well need an orthopedist Washington DC relies on, who can help to alleviate your pain. Whether this pain is caused by a new injury or one from a few months ago, call (202) 640-4856 to talk to one of the trusted personal injury lawyers at Cohen & Cohen, P.C.
People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before. Many of us are in better physical condition than our ancestors were at our age. People who live in the United States oftentimes have longer lifespans than people in less industrialized countries. Our bodies, which were designed to last a finite amount of time, are breaking down before we are ready to settle down and be “old”. Many of us are more active than the generations before us and we participate in sports or activities for “younger” people. These factors plus many more have added to the demand for more orthopedists. If you have pain caused by damage to or problems with your musculoskeletal system, it is important for you to find a compassionate orthopedist Washington DC community members rely on to help alleviate your pain. If you are unsure of the causes of your pain or know that they were caused by neglect or malice of others, please help yourself by contacting the reliable personal injury lawyers at Cohen & Cohen, P.C., today.