Nilssen Orthopedics is very excited to be the first provider group in the Panhandle to offer a ground-breaking, non-opioid therapy for the management of chronic and acute pain: OrthoLazer
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The process of filing Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits begins immediately following an accident, so you need to make sure you take all the right steps to set yourself up for success.
Seeking medical attention will help if you are forced to make a personal injury claim. However, there is a big difference between going to an orthopedic specialist and an emergency room following an accident.
From a medical standpoint, an orthopedic specialist is by far the best medical provider to see following an accident.
Hidden injuries can surface in the days or weeks following an accident, and, if left untreated, they can lead to years of pain and suffering.
If you have been injured in an accident, asking the right questions of your healthcare provider is critically important
Accidents can cause a variety of orthopedic injuries, ranging in severity from mild to life-threatening.