Miami Lakes Accident Injury Clinic

Welcome to the Flex Care Center, an accident injury clinic in Miami Lakes FL, offering personalized care to those suffering from car accidents, slip and fall, or other personal injuries. If you have been injured due to a Personal Injury Accident, Auto Accident, Car Crash, Slip, or Fall, we can help. Call the Miami Back Institute now for answers to your Accident Injury questions and to schedule a free consultation with one of our doctors.

Make the right choice! Selecting the correct accident injury specialist to treat your accident injuries is extremely important for your recovery and your case. Choose one of the Miami Back Institute Accident Injury Doctors at a location near you. With over 20 years of experience treating Accident Injuries, the Miami Back Institute doctors know how to treat your Accident Injury.

Car Accidents Injuries

Car Accidents Injuries

Under Florida Law, you are entitled to receive up to $10,000 in compensation even if you are at fault in an accident. We will help you get that money by processing the necessary paperwork and helping you with the complicated insurance issues.

Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip & fall accidents can happen just about anywhere. In many cases, they include severe cuts, broken teeth and jaw fractures, nose fractures, and eye injuries. Slip and fall accident victims may suffer facial injuries and even concussions.

Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash Injuries

Pain in the neck, shoulders, or head that occurs after a Personal Injury Accident (Car Accident, Auto Accident, Slip and Fall Accident, etc.) is often called Whiplash. 30% of whiplash injury patients still have problems one year after the accident.

Free Consultation for your Car Accident and Whiplash Injuries.

Most people who suffer neck pain after a whiplash injury will recover by six months, however, about 18% of whiplash injury patients continue to have significant pain two years after the accident. Lawsuits and the outcome of whiplash injury treatment: Studies have shown that personal injury litigation does not adversely effect treatment outcome. A 1983 study looked at 61 patients who were treated for whiplash injuries, 41 of whom had personal injury lawsuits. They found no change in symptoms after claims were settled. Ten years later, long after litigation had settled, only 12% had completely recovered, and 48% had pain which interfered with normal daily life.

A 1993 study evaluated patients they had seen previously for legal opinions, not for treatment, 8 years after the initial consultation. They concluded that lawsuits did not influence the timing or degree of recovery. The Miami Back Institute is conveniently located throughout Miami-Dade County, including, Miami, Coral Gables, West Miami and Miami Lakes.

Whiplash Accident Injuries: Pain in the neck, shoulders, or head that occurs after a Personal Injury Accident (Car Accident, Auto Accident, Slip and Fall Accident, etc.) is often called Whiplash. Patients usually recover from whiplash accident injuries within a few months, however, Whiplash injuries are a serious problem and 30% of whiplash injury patients still have problems one year after the accident.

About Whiplash Accident Injuries: Whiplash Injuries are caused by the damage that occurs when the head is ‘whipped’ suddenly in one direction and then back in the other direction. The most common cause of whiplash injuries is a rear-end car accident.

Whiplash Injury Pain: Whiplash injury pain can occur immediately following a car accident or other personal injury accident.  It is common, however, to see a delay in the onset of a whiplash patient’s symptoms, sometimes for days or weeks following the personal injury accident.

In whiplash injuries, Back and Neck Pain from damage to ligaments, discs, and joints can occur even in low speed car accidents and crashes. Other Symptoms of Whiplash Accident Injuries: In addition to neck and back pain, many whiplash patients have symptoms such as headaches, pain in the shoulders, in one or both arms, fatigue, dizziness, blurred vision, ringing in the ears, poor concentration or loss of memory, change in emotions, and sleep disturbance.