Reconstructing Your Body After an Accident
You consider yourself a good driver, and up to this point, you've managed to avoid any major incidents on the road.
Unfortunately, Utah motorcycle accidents are more common than you might expect, as there are many drivers that are unaware of the presence of bikes on the road.
The injuries that bikers suffer in these accidents are often far more traumatic than anything that a driver of a car or truck would suffer in a similar accident.
If you are unfortunate enough to have to have to go through this experience, here's how you can go about rebuilding your broken body...
Plastic surgery can help with facial reconstruction
After being ejected from your bike, your body will hit the pavement at a very high rate of speed, resulting in very serious injuries.
While your lower body and torso will be covered by clothing that will protect it somewhat, your face will has no protection from the abrasive effects of asphalt and gravel.
As such, you will need to undergo plastic surgery to reassemble facial structures that end up sustaining serious trauma.
Take the time to find a doctor that specializes in injury rehabilitation, as not every plastic surgeon has dealt with these victims in equal amounts.
Burn rehabilitation can take time
If you end up in a situation where you end up sustaining second-degree burns or worse, the road to recovery will be a long one.
As painful and unsightly as these injuries can be, there are several stages in the process that will take months or even years to progress through.
The wound will take weeks to several months to heal, and it will take continual changing of your dressings in order to expedite the process.
For many months after, the wearing of pressure garments will help regulate the formation of scar tissue so that it is less unsightly and inhibits your movement less.
Once the scar has matured, it might be possible to perform skin grafts that can help restore a better physical appearance to affected parts of the body.
Give it your all during physical therapy sessions
After your broken bones have fused and your torn muscles and ligaments have healed sufficiently, physiotherapy and occupational therapy sessions will be necessary in order to bring your body back to where it was before the accident.
Your first few appointments may be disheartening, as your body's ability to do work will be greatly diminished.
Do not lose heart, as you can return to living life as you did before the crash by ramping up your work ethic.
Listen to what your physiotherapist tells you, and then attack your exercises with the grit and determination that you displayed in the gym before the accident.
Before you know it, you'll be strong enough to play with your kids, participate in sports, and do other activities that you took for granted before you crashed your bike.