Personal Injury

Dr. Robert Ford is an expert in Personal Injury Treatment. His staff has considerable expertise and knowledge in the legal aspects of care which can be daunting to patients. 

Involvement in an accident can be difficult to manage. You may not fully understand the extent of your injury unless you get a thorough evaluation and documentation. Dr. Robert Ford is well qualified to ensure you get the best treatment for your specific injuries. 

When you experience a personal injury it can seem like the world is coming to an end. Your life has been disrupted and you don't know what to do next. Because of Dr. Ford's extensive experience in dealing with personal injuries, he is able to help you get your life back in order quickly. 

Why choose a personal injury physician? 

Auto injuries are especially complex since they can manifest themselves in many different ways and make treatment very difficult. To fully comprehend an injury, it is important to understand the details of the accident. All factors must be taken into account including how the mishap occurred and what exactly happened to the patient during the accident. 

These factors will help the physician determine the affected area or areas, and which therapies are most likely to help. Instead of relying on medication or physical therapy alone, Dr. Ford will combine proven and effective therapies to develop an effective treatment plan for the patient. By combining the most effective injury therapies into a focused treatment plan, patients usually experience faster recovery time. 

Auto accident injuries can sometimes include complications that manifest weeks, months or even years later. 

Dr. Ford works closely with his patients to make sure they are evaluated completely prior to settling their insurance claim. This way they are not only able to recover as completely as possible, but they are able to access all insurance benefits that they are entitled to. 

Dr. Ford believes that the sooner patients obtain treatment for their back and/or neck injuries, the more likely they are to make a full recovery.