AUTO ACCIDENTS

 

OCCUPANTS OFTEN SUFFER MORE THE THE CAR !

Whiplash is most commonly received from riding in a car that is struck from behind or that collides with another object. When the head is suddenly jerked back and forth beyond its normal limits, the muscles and ligaments supporting the head and spine can be stretched or torn. The soft, pulpy discs between spinal bones can bulge, tear, or rupture. Vertebrae can be forced out of their
normal position, reducing range of motion.

Even though the car may have received
little damage, occupants can suffer
serious spinal injuries.

Collisions that occur during sporting events, slips, falls orĀ  automobile crashes can all have a damaging effect on your neck and back.
These types of collision-related injuries ate often
called a “whiplash”.
The resulting instability of the spine and soft
tissues can contribute to headaches, dizziness,
blurred vision, pain in the shoulders, arms and
hands, reduced ability to turn and bend, and
low back problems. As the body attempts to
adapt, symptoms may not appear until weeks
or even months later

 

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Spinal Decompression / Auto Injuries / Sports Injury / Rehabilitation and Family Practice