Whiplash

A whiplash is a fast, sudden movement of the neck and head caused by a traffic accident or fall. This movement can cause damage to the pine or soft tissues in the neck. This damage is usually not visible on x-rays. Whiplash injuries can manifest in a wide variety of ways, including neck pain, headaches, fatigue, upper back and shoulder pain, cognitive changes and low back pain. Chiropractic treatment restores the normal mobility of the spine. It is by far the single-most effective treatment for minimizing the long-term impact of whiplash injuries.

 

 

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