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MOTORCYCLE Accident Doctors

The number of motorcycles on the road is increasing, but they still only make up a small percentage. The danger posed by two-wheeled vehicles means that motorcyclists need to be more aware and cautious than ever before when driving their bikes amongst cars or pedestrians. It’s no secret that riding a motorcycle can be risky business – so in order for them not to get hurt it’s important for riders look out at all times while cruising down roads side-by-side with other drivers. 1st Choice network of motorcycle accident doctors is here for you, Houston!

 

Involved in a MOTORCYCLE accident?

Unfortunately, because of the nature of motorcycles, riders are at an increased risk of injury if involved in an accident. Motorcycle accidents can cause injuries as minimal as scrapes and bruises and as serious and life-threatening. Our network of doctors can help to respond to more severe injuries and help you be certain that the harm you have suffered has no long term implications.

Do not let injuries go untreated, If you were in a motorcycle accident, please call us at 281-933-3399 to request an appointment.

SYMPTOMS from a motorcycle ACCIDENT

Most common places of injury for motorcyclists are the legs and feet. The network of doctors at 1st Choice have seen many such injuries and can assist you with any strains, tears, and sprains you may have sustained. Common symptoms after a motorcycle accident can be:

  • Pain
  • Soreness
  • Stiffness
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Dizziness
  • Blurred Vision
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Bruises
  • Cuts or Lacerations
  • Post-Traumatic Stress
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Common motorcycle accident injuries

Motorcycle Accident Injuries:

Leg and feet INJURIES

One of the worst parts about sustaining an injury in a motorcycle accident is that it can make mobility difficult both short- and long-term. After initial treatment, even surgery to fix injured soft tissue or bones, you might be stuck with chronic pain from nerve damage and arthritis for life which often surface after weeks or months post recovery. It’s important to get the right treatments as soon as possible because they’re not going away on their own. Contact 1st Choice today if you were involved in a motorcycle accident!

back and spinE injuries

A motorcycle accident can be devastating for your spine. The more unavoidable consequence of an impact will be the pain that comes with any one or all of these things. Injuries sustained during a crash, spinal misalignments from intense impacts which could lead to other health concerns like chronic back and neck pain, sciatica as well as numbness in extremities due to nerve damage.

ARM AND HAND INJURIES

Car accidents can cause a direct impact on a victim’s arm, wrist, elbow, and hand.  It is our natural instinct to protect our heads with our hands, or use it as a buffer between ourselves and the ground when bracing for a fall.  People use their arms for almost everything, and a serious arm or hand injury can be devastating. Imagine not being able to perform the most basic tasks. An injury to your hands and arms can be life-changing from a motorcycle accident. 1st Choice Network of Doctors is ready to help.

common causes & prevention of motorcycle accidents

The most common cause of motorcycle accidents

The most common cause of motorcycle accidents is the driver of a passenger vehicle failing to see a motorcyclist approach or turn. For this reason, it’s important that you make yourself more visible by using lights and reflective gear at night as well as being aware of your surroundings when driving in traffic during the day.

Formal motorcycle training

Motorcycles are often considered the most dangerous means of transportation due to their higher potential for accidents with only a fraction of motorcycle drivers having received formal training. Pursuing specific instruction can help prevent accidents from occurring as result and ensure that more riders drive safely on the road.

Only 10% percent-or less, depending on where you live-of motorcyclists have ever had any form of formal training in how to ride one; over 90% of motorcycle crashes involve an unqualified driver who is not aware or prepared enough when it comes to handling bike issues which can lead up accident rates being so high among inexperienced bikers. A lot goes into operating a two-wheeler including knowing braking zones and lean angles during turns.

Follow safety protocols

Motorcyclists are often at a disadvantage on the roads, which is why it’s so important for them to take some responsibility and take safety precautions. One of these steps includes wearing your helmet; helmets saved nearly 2000 lives in the past year by just protecting our most vulnerable body part: The head! If you want to reduce your risk of needing emergent or ongoing medical care as a result of an accident, be sure to wear that helmet every time you hop onto those handlebars!

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