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by AccidentMD on 08/13/17

Medical Imaging
From a patient perspective, medical imaging is a set of diagnostic tools that through technology allows physicians and radiologists to create an image of the inside of the human body. Because the human body is complex, and the signs and symptoms of disease and injury are not always clear, medical professionals utilize imaging as a way of improving diagnosis.

For example, if a patient were to complain of pain in their lower leg, that pain may be caused by an injury to a muscle or ligament, a blood clot in a vein, or even a small fracture in a bone. The pain may also be from all of those factors. Medical imaging allows doctors a glimpse, sometimes a very detailed glimpse, of what is happening on the inside of our body. Here is some information about different types of medical scans and when they might be used.

Xray: The strength of an X ray is that it is a perfect tool to show the differences between our bones and bone density, and our soft tissue. This makes the X ray a perfect scan for diagnosing broken bones, and other bone disorders. The weakness of an X-ray is that it does not show much difference in soft tissue.

MRI Scan: The strength of an MRI is just the opposite of an X-ray. The MRI shows a lot of detail between different types of soft tissue. This makes the MRI a better diagnostic tool for details that involve a lot of soft tissue, such as imaging of our brain, or for diagnosing spinal injuries. The downside to MRI is that patients with pacemakers can not receive an MRI because of the magnetic fields produced by the MRI machine.

CT or CAT Scan: The strength of the CT scan is that it is able to take detailed images of bone, soft tissue, and blood vessels and show those results in one image. This means that the CT can provide complex details of an injury so that doctors can figure out how best to treat the patient. This is different from and MRI which provides limited detail of bones. The downside to the CT scan is that their small size limits who can receive a CT scan.

Neck and Back Pain After An Accident

by AccidentMD on 08/06/17

Of the approximately 2 million rear-end collisions in the United States annually, a substantial number of people find themselves with neck and back pain. Without medical attention, research shows that about 20 per cent of people are still in pain 12 months after an accident.

During a crash, the structures of your spinal column can be stretched or torn. The injured area becomes swollen and inflamed and transmits pain impulses to the spinal cord and central nervous system. Pain tells your central nervous system that something is wrong, which tells the muscle tissues in the injured area to contract to shield the area from further injury. If the injury isn't treated immediately, a negative cycle develops. The hurt tissues keep sending pain signals and each time, your nervous system responds. This creates a feedback loop in your nervous system that experts refer to as "central sensitization.

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Injured in An Accident: You Need a Doctor!

by AccidentMD on 07/30/17

Injured in An Accident: You Need a Doctor!

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AccidentMD Will Help You Find An Experienced Doctor After Your Accident

by AccidentMD on 07/23/17

Traffic and work accidents happen often in Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas! If you've been injured as a driver, passenger or pedestrian, you need medical care! What most people don't know is that 80% of doctors will not treat traffic or work accident victims. 


You’ve been in a car, motorcycle, truck, pedestrian or work accident in Las Vegas, Henderson or North Las Vegas and you’re hurt. Of course you deserve medical care, but you’re not sure where to find an injury doctor in Las Vegas who will diagnose your injuries and   provide you with the care you need.

Did you know most doctors in Las Vegas will not treat a car accident injury? Additionally, your Las Vegas accident and injury doctor should   be specially trained and experienced in the type of injury you suffered. You may even need more than one Las Vegas personal injury doctor, plus specialists and therapists, to help you recover.

That’s why you need to call the Las Vegas Accident MD. You only need to call one number—to be find  traffic and work accident doctors in Las Vegas who can diagnose and treat your injuries. We will match these Las Vegas accident and injury doctor to your needs. 

Our doctors are highly experienced in treating Las Vegas traffic and work accidents and injuries.  Because we have 21 locations throughout  the Las Vegas, Henderson and North Las Vegas area,  we can connect you with a doctor close to your home or work.
Our doctors are focused on you  so you can focus on what is important- your health.   We are here to make your search for a Las Vegas accident or injury doctor easier. We understand how difficult it can be after being in an accident. You can be sure our Las Vegas accident and injury doctors have proven to be highly experienced in their respective fields.   We are trained to collect the proper information from you to get you the help you need. Please feel free to contact us for medical care for accidents and injuries and any questions you may have about your Las Vegas accident.

Injured In An Accident: You Need A Doctor!Call Accident MD 702-664-1225

by AccidentMD on 07/16/17

Car accidents can be either catastrophic and cause a lot of trauma or  minor and cause soft tissue injury. But in order to ascertain that there is no injury or lasting effect after a car accident, you should get checked out by a doctor. Sometimes we can suffer injuries during accidents that we are not even aware of. Medically, your health is the most important thing so it is imperative that you go to the emergency room as soon as possible to make sure there are no serious injuries.

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