Traumatic Injury

Being evaluated by a qualified health care provider is essential in assessing the potential severity of your symptoms after an accident, which is why being examined by a board certified physician directly after an accident is a key step in obtaining the best outcome.

Based in Orlando, our hospital privileged, highly qualified physicians are trained with the ability to provide the treatments required to resolve your symptoms. We rule out serious injury, explain, educate, treat and guide our patients in regaining their life back.

Symptoms that commonly arise from the result of direct trauma include:

Whiplash associated disorders


Low back pain

Placing your care in our hands

Interventional Management is the bridge between non-surgical and surgical treatment options. This unique position within the medical field gives us the ability effectively coordinate your care, from setting functional goals in physical therapy to finding the right surgeon to provide an operative opinion.

Our highly qualified physicians will conduct a thorough physical examination, review medical findings with you and begin treatment protocols specific to the discomfort you experience. More importantly we have the qualifications to educate you, while identifying and treating potential discomfort generators to prevent symptoms from developing in the future.

We often work with victim’s legal counsel and insurance companies to provide the appropriate care plan and are able to utilize the medical lien process for those who are financially overwhelmed and can not afford medical evaluation and treatment.

While some practices provide care for you until your case closes. We will stay by your side as long as it takes to guide your life away from the lasting effects of a traumatic event. Please contact our office to see which health care insurances we accept.

At Mana Spine, we strive to offer solutions in your most stressful of times. Please contact us to see how we may help (407) 605-5621.

Treatments may include:

  • Postural training
  • Ergonomic education
  • Interventional Pain procedures
  • Exercise and nutrition counseling
  • Home exercise instruction
  • Referral to a physical therapy program for reduction of pain, analgesia use, disability, and subsequent medical visits
  • Medication management
  • Surgical consultation