In Canada, injuries to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or the jaw can result from the impact of a vehicle collision, leading to discomfort and long-lasting effects.
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When a motor vehicle accident strikes, its impact can resonate far beyond the physical collision. Chronic pain and conditions like fibromyalgia often emerge as hidden consequences, causing profound disruptions to daily life.
Experiencing a motor vehicle accident (MVA) can be a traumatic event that may lead to mental and emotional distress for those involved. Mental trauma after an MVA can manifest in various ways, affecting individuals differently based on their personality, coping mechanisms, and the severity of the accident.
Mindfulness is a technique that encourages people to focus on what they are feeling in the moment, involve breathing exercises and guided imagery to relax the body and reduce stress. Mindfulness and mental adjustments have helped countless injury victims develop a more tolerable relationship with their physical pain.
Paraplegia and Tetraplegia (also called Quadriplegia) are two severe forms of paralysis that can result from a Spinal Cord Injury. Paraplegia consists of paralysis from the waist down (loss of sensation and movement in the legs), which is usually caused by an injury to the lower back. Tetraplegia is paralysis from the neck down (including arms, legs and the torso), which results from an injury to the neck.
This article explores whether concussions can impact memory or intelligence after an accident.
In this article, we delve into the concept of chronic pain, its prevalence in Canada, and the legal recourse available to those who suffer from it.
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