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Life is full of surprises—some good, some bad. For example, you could be driving down the road on your way to work when a negligent driver slams into your vehicle, causing a severe traumatic injury. Trauma is defined as a serious injury or shock that is caused by a sudden physical force. No matter what causes your traumatic injury, we can provide swift and effective treatment at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point.
In addition to car and motorcycle accident injuries, we provide treatment for injuries caused by falls, gunshot wounds, burns, physical assault, and natural disasters. Whether you suffer trauma of the chest, spine, limbs, face, brain, or neck, our team will be ready to stop the bleeding, apply bandages, and dull the pain. We have significant experience with all kinds of trauma, and can help you make a full recovery.
When you require emergency care, trust the healthcare professionals at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. You can learn all about our Hudson facility by visiting our website or calling (727) 755-0561.
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Back pain is one of the most common medical conditions there is. Most Americans suffer low back pain at some point in their lives, whether it’s caused by an acute injury or repetitive movements. However, you don’t have to accept back pain as a foregone conclusion. By making smart lifestyle choices and working with the medical professionals at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, you can relieve your back pain or prevent it altogether.
Causes of Back Pain
Back pain usually occurs when discs or vertebrae apply pressure to the spinal cord. Many people struggle with back pain after getting into a car accident, suffering a sports injury, or lifting an object improperly. Others experience back pain that gets worse over time, usually as a result of poor posture or a non-ergonomic workstation. If left unaddressed, minor back pain can lead to severe pain and permanent damage.
Common Treatment Options
Back pain remedies range from simple lifestyle changes to surgery. If you have relatively minor pain, you may find that exercising and getting a more ergonomic chair can provide relief. If your pain is more serious, you might consider physical therapy or a cortisone injection. Back surgery is reserved for serious cases of back pain that are unaffected by less invasive treatment methods.
RMCBP Spine Care Center
If back pain is holding you back from enjoying your favorite activities or even performing mundane tasks, rely on the team at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. Our Spine Care Center is fully equipped to handle a wide range of spinal conditions, including disc herniation and whiplash. Our high-amenity private suites have sleeper sofas for guests, wireless internet, and much more. We also offer education seminars to help Hudson-area residents take better care of their backs.
If you or someone you love is struggling with back pain, call (727) 755-0561 to connect with a medical professional at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. Our Consult-A-Nurse healthcare referral line is always available to provide valuable information and physician referrals.
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When you’re in need of the specialized care available at a trauma center, every minute counts. Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, a verified Level II Trauma Center, enables residents of the Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco Counties to receive exceptional care without having to travel to a major city such as Tampa. Our trauma center brings together a multidisciplinary team of experienced trauma surgeons, nurse coordinators, and other healthcare professionals working together to improve the outcome for each patient. Specialty surgeons are available for the diverse needs of our patients, including neurosurgeons and oral-maxillofacial surgeons.
In our trauma center, we commonly treat patients who suffer extensive injuries due to car accidents, drowning, burns, natural disasters, and acts of violence. Our team members have experience working with patients who suffer from trauma to the neck, spine, face, chest, abdomen, brain, and more.
Residents of the Hudson, FL area can learn more about the trauma services and emergency care available at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point by browsing our website. You can also give us a call at (727) 755-0561 with any questions you may have.
Last updated 9 days ago
Over 900,000 Americans have a heart attack every year, and heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. If you or someone you love experiences heart attack symptoms, it’s essential that you seek professional medical care.
This video offers a look at heart attack warning signs and how the medical professionals at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point treat heart attacks. If you experience chest pain, fatigue, shortness of breath, or any other heart attack symptoms, our emergency room staff will quickly evaluate you and admit you to the cardiac catheterization laboratory for treatment.
The doctors and nurses of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point have saved thousands of lives throughout Hudson and Bayonet Point. If you have any questions about our cardiac care services, call our Consult-A-Nurse healthcare referral line at (727) 755-0561.
Last updated 14 days ago
It’s common to take your spine health for granted – until you start experiencing back pain. Back pain can be debilitating, interfering with your mobility and your ability to enjoy your favorite activities. Fortunately, by working with an orthopedic doctor, you can learn about treatment options to restore your spine health and improve your quality of life.
Watch this video to learn more about orthopedic treatment at the Spine Care Center of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. You’ll hear from a patient, who enjoyed almost immediate relief of her back pain following surgery. You’ll also learn about some of the advantages of choosing our Spine Care Center, such as the comfortable, private rooms and the knowledgeable specialists.
Schedule a consultation with a back specialist at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point today. You can call our orthopedic department at (727) 755-0561 or visit our website to read more about spinal conditions.