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

Published August 18, 2019

Here is a paper from John Hopkins where over 30,000 people were asked about their health and health-related quality of life to examine the consequences of MVCs. 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)." 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 . . .

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