Long Term Outcomes Of People In Crashes Compared To Those Who Were Not In A Crash.

Published May 15, 2016

Here is a paper from John Hopkins. Here, they questioned over 30,000 people about their health and health related quality of life. Out of these people a percentage of them had a car crash and the survey concluded that "having an injury was associated with deficits in all domains of the EQ-5D(health index questionnaire) . Now, at Professionally Integrated we understand this and based on a lot of our discussions and research that has been published, this can be from specific pathologies associated with car crashes. This paper is important as the likelihood of one of our patients . . .

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