Riverside Emergency and Trauma Center

Our Mission

We hope you never have an emergency. But if you do, at the Peninsula’s only Emergency & Trauma Center, our team of emergency medicine, heart, brain, stroke and trauma specialists, continue to earn patient trust, one life at a time. The same skilled doctors who treat life’s biggest emergencies handle the smaller ones, too. With access to over 200 specialists, state-of-the-art diagnostic, treatment, and continuing care facilities, timely, coordinated, local patient care (and follow up) is unmatched in Hampton Roads.

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  • Riverside Emergency and Trauma Center

    PTSD can happen to anyone at any age. Children get PTSD too.

    You don't have to be physically hurt to get PTSD. You can get it after you see other people, such as a friend or family member, get hurt.

    This answer is based on source information from the National Institute of Mental Health.

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  • Riverside Emergency and Trauma Center

    Treatment for individuals with whiplash may include pain medications, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, antidepressants, muscle relaxants, and a cervical collar (usually worn for two to three weeks). A range of motion exercises, physical therapy, and cervical traction may also be prescribed.

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  • Riverside Emergency and Trauma Center

    Whiplash-a soft tissue injury to the neck-is also called neck sprain or neck strain. It is characterized by a collection of symptoms that occur following damage to the neck, usually because of sudden extension and flexion. The disorder commonly occurs as the result of an automobile accident and may

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