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Spinal injuries can devastate not just the lives of the victims, but those of family and close friends too. Knowing that a previously active and healthy individual is going to have to go through a prolonged period of adjustment and complete lifestyle change can be difficult to come to terms with
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So Important to Your Recovery
Spinal injuries can devastate not just the lives of the victims, but those of family and
close friends too. Knowing that a previously active and healthy individual is going to
have to go through a prolonged period of adjustment and complete lifestyle change
can be difficult to come to terms with. These traumatic feelings don't go away after a
couple of weeks or months, because the nature of spinal injuries means that the
effects are often permanent. But it's not all doom and gloom, and patients with spinal
injuries can go on to lead rich and fulfilling lives. However, in order to be able to do
that, it's not just the immediate care that has to be effective, but the long-term
One step at a time...
Recovering from a spinal injury is a slow process, and indeed the effects of a serious
injury to the spine can last for the rest of your life. The important thing is to take it
one step at a time and realise that miracle cures are unlikely to happen overnight.
However in time the body does mend itself to a certain degree and victims of spinal
injuries find that they quickly adapt to their new situation. Mobility may be restricted
to a wheelchair, but this is not a reason to believe that your life is 'over.' We've all
seen the inspirational stories of servicemen and women injured in the line of duty
and their remarkable achievements, even with the huge obstacle of a spinal injury
claim to contend with. So the first hurdle to overcome in the long road to recovery is
to banish the belief that a spinal injury reduces your quality of life.
You can conclude from this that many of the hurdles you'll face are psychological as
well as physical, and this is where good quality aftercare can make a huge difference
to your recovery. The right aftercare can help victims of spine injuries overcome the
fear and depression that often results from the initial diagnosis. The support of
family and friends is vital, but so too is the right aftercare.
How your solicitors at Paul Dansker & Aspromonte can help
Because of our extensive network of contacts and our experience in dealing with
serious injuries, we can help to put in place the right kind of support network that
will result in the best possible long-term recovery. If your spine injury is the result of
someone else's negligence, the compensation our solicitor can secure can go a long
way to funding the right kind of aftercare to help you get your life back on track. This
is done when the victim decides to make a spinal injury claim.
Through our network we can put you in touch with medical specialists such as
physiotherapists who will help increase your mobility. We'll also be able to arrange
help for your mental well being too. This doesn't just help the victim but also their
family, as it relieves some of the intense pressure that families feel when they're faced
with coping with a disabled loved one for the first time.
Good long-term aftercare can make a real difference to the recovery of a spinal injury
and ensures that the victim has access to the best possible treatments for as long as
they need it. This makes a big difference to the victim's quality of life, and that of
their loved ones too.
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury in New York, Paul Dansker &
Aspromonte is here to stand up for your rights. The firm has the skill and experience
to help you obtain maximum compensation for your medical bills, wage loss, pain
and suffering, and other hardships.
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