Whiplash - What is Whiplash?
Preventing Whiplash - Placement of Car Head Rest to Prevent Whiplash
Do you lean forward when you drive? Does your carseat live in a reclining position? A study from the Medical College of Wisconsin suggests these positions may be the reasons why soft tissue injury is sustained during a whiplash event.
Whiplash injuries cause symptoms ranging from headaches to stiff necks to low back pain. What the symptoms are and how long they take to heal will are covered in this article, along with background information about this type of injury.
The Whiplash Impact
What happens during a rear-end car collision that causes whiplash?
Whiplash Hyperextension Followed by Flexion - Illustration of Whiplash
Whiplash is the sudden hyperextension of the neck followed by flexion of the neck. Whiplash is usually caused by car accidents. This article presents an illustration of whiplash.
Recovery from Whiplash
Whiplash injuries affect the soft tissue of the body and sometimes more. Find out what kind of diagnosis, treatment and prognosis is expected in most whiplash cases.