Nerve Damage and Pain Conditions
Your entire body is a system of nerves, and your central nervous system is what controls the entire show. Any time you have trauma in an area of your body, you could have nerve damage whether you see it or not.
Symptoms of Nerve Damage
Nerve damage can affect your life in many ways and in some cases permanently. Here are some examples of symptoms you may experience following an accident:
- Numbness in your arms or legs
- Loss of bowel or bladder control
- Not being able to move a part of your body. For example, if one side of your face is injured, you may not be able to smile on that side
- Chronic pain syndrome
Doctors can diagnose nerve damage through a nerve conduction test which measures the signals that are coming from your brain.
Our goal in any personal injury accident is to make you whole – or as whole as possible given your injury – and to help you obtain compensation for everything you have lost.
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