Crash Forensics, Occupant Kinematics and Accident Reconstruction

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Medical Accident Reconstruction and Chronic Pain Services

Dr. Jason Mazzarella

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Medical Accident Reconstruction Services includes the ability to develop an injury determination through the use of physics, science, crash forensic specific factors such as collision vector and epidemiological risk factors.

This service is generally used for two purposes.  The first is to prove injury, did an injury occur and if so to what severity.  In any motor vehicle collision, specific risk factors, crash factors and occupant reactions are known.  Thus by reviewing the crash forensics, an injury potential can be determined with a high degree of certainty.

The second benefit of this service is to provide a more specific and precise determination of injury potential and benefit need.  At times, doctors can chase the pain.  However knowledge of chronic pain, neuropathic pain, brain injury, whiplash traumatology and muscular referral patterns combined with injury potential determinations allows for benefit determination need of injury specific tissue.

Chronic Pain Assessment and Need Analysis includes the ability to determine the presence of a acute pain process vs. a chronic pain process through the use of orthopedic and neurological testing combined with recent fMRI research.  

This service is generally used for two purposes.  The first is to determine if a chronic pain process is present, and if so what type (nociceptive, neuropathic or mixed).  The second benefit is a report that provides subjective and objective testing along with the most up-to-date research.  All of our chronic pain assessments also include digital vestibular testing.  

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