Experiencing a serious injury and not having the means to pay for treatment is a difficult situation. At Centennial Spine and Pain, with offices on Decatur Boulevard and Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, Nevada, the experienced pain management specialists can help with a lien. Their lien injury agreements mean you can get all the treatment you need for injuries that are subject to a compensation claim. To find out how you can benefit from a lien, call the Centennial Spine and Pain office nearest you today or book a consultation online.
A lien is a legal agreement between Centennial Spine and Pain and a patient. The lien entitles your doctor to claim the costs of treating you from any award or settlement like a personal injury claim.
Liens enable you to get the treatment you need when you have no other means of paying.
A lien injury could be any personal injuries you suffer that results in some form of financial compensation. They might happen at work, occur when you slip and fall, or be due to auto accidents. Common types of lien injuries include:
Fractures (broken bones) are common and painful lien injuries. You might crack your ribs, break bones in your hands or feet, or fracture a large bone or joint. The most severe injuries include compound fractures (where bone protrudes from your skin) and comminuted fractures (where bones break into many pieces).
Dislocations occur when the bones in your joints come apart. These lien injuries often cause soft tissue damage, like rotator cuff tears in the shoulder. Cartilage injuries like meniscal and labral tears are also common with dislocations.
Lien injuries to your back and neck might damage your spinal cord, causing loss of function or paralysis. They can also damage the peripheral nerves that come off your spinal cord and spread through your body.
Tendons secure muscles to bones, while ligaments connect bones to other bones. These tough connective tissues can stretch, tear, or rupture completely.
These varying lien injuries all cause pain and limit your physical function or mobility to some degree. The Centennial Spine and Pain team offers effective treatments that reduce or relieve pain and restore function.
The treatment your lien injury needs depends on the type of damage and its severity. Your treatment plan with Centennial Spine and Pain team may include:
The Centennial Spine and Pain team typically uses the least invasive options to treat your lien injury to begin with. However, some patients may require surgery early on for severe injuries, or later if other treatments aren’t working. The team works directly with your attorney to ensure you receive the individual treatment you need.
If you’ve suffered a lien injury and need to receive medical attention, call the Centennial Spine and Pain office nearest you or book an appointment online.