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Hip & Leg Pain


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Examining / Diagnosing / Healing

Many people are often distracted and may not notice the symptoms of an accident. Yet, those injuries can become chronic pain that persists for a lifetime.

Hip and leg pain can keep you from living your life to the fullest. It can disrupt your sleep and make you feel exhausted during the day. Alpha Medicine and Rehab employs all sorts of advanced treatments, including X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs, and more!


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Holistic Approach

Network of Clinic Locations

Our team of rehabilitation specialists will help you recover from your injuries with the latest innovative treatments available.

We are able to treat a wide range of illnesses using a holistic approach. For each patient, we've devised a unique treatment strategy to accelerate your recovery and keep you from relapsing.

We ensure that there is a facility close to you that has a staff of highly qualified specialists that can deliver the most up-to-date rehabilitation treatments.

Preventing Chronic Pain With The Right Treatment


If you are fortunate enough to escape an automobile collision with no visible injuries, you should be thankful. But, if you don't feel pain after a car accident, it doesn't imply that you have avoided injuries altogether.

In the crucial phase following an accident, one of the essential things to keep an eye on is how your hips react and function. The hip joint is critical to your capacity to move. Thus, you should treat any injury to the joint as soon as possible.

To ensure you haven't suffered any injury, you should still see an orthopedic doctor at Alpha Medicine and Rehab if you're experiencing this car accident symptom.

Get Started With These 3 Simple Steps


Book an Appointment

Call us today and find out the nearest clinic location to you.


Talk with one of our experts and learn the possible treatments for you.

Get Treated

Get a specialized treatment plan tailored to your needs and recover from your car accident injury.

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