Tulsa Accident Care Center Accepting Patients

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TULSA ACCIDENT CARE CENTER FOCUSES ON TREATMENT FOR VICTIMS OF AUTO ACCIDENTS – OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Tulsa, OK | August 26, 2020 Tulsa Accident Care Center is officially accepting patients. Tulsa Accident Care Center provides treatment for victims of auto accidents from beginning to end, all under one roof. Patients can schedule a same-day appointment or walk-in, visit with a licensed medical doctor focused on auto accident injuries, receive imaging (X-ray, MRI, CT, and Ultrasound), prescriptions, an individualized treatment plan and treatment, all at the same location. Throughout each step of the treatment process, Tulsa Accident Care Center offers qualified, experienced professionals equipped to meet each phase of the patient’s journey to recovery.

Tulsa Accident Care Center is staffed by Dr. Robert Mitchell, MD, Tori Sansevieri, MS, ATC, CSCS, and Kara Wernli, PT. Dr. Mitchell has been practicing medicine for 18 years. He graduated from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and completed his medical degree at the University of Oklahoma in 2002. Tori has more than ten years’ experience in passive- and active- therapy. She graduated from California Lutheran University in 2010, with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine – Athletic Training and received a Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Science – Biomechanics from the University of Northern Colorado in 2013. Kara grew up in Sapulpa, Oklahoma and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2002, with a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Performance. She was a standout basketball player throughout her high school and college programs. She went on to earn her Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2006. She has been a licensed, practicing Physical Therapist for more than 15 years.

“Tulsa Accident Care Center is committed to delivering exceptional and individualized care to our patients. Victims of auto accidents deserve convenience and consistency following an accident, and we exist to serve their needs by providing medical evaluation, imaging, and treatment, all in one place,” said Medical Director, Robert Mitchell, M.D. 

Locally owned and operated, Tulsa Accident Care Center is located off 71st Street, between South Sheridan and Yale Avenue and is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm. Patients can expect attention from a dedicated staff that will do what is necessary to put their patient’s car accident experience in their rear-view mirror.  

For more information, visit tulsaaccidentcare.com or call 918-888-8080.

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