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When the head experiences sudden movement — front, back, or side to side — damage to muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues in the neck and upper back can lead to whiplash. Whiplash often presents following rear-end vehicle collisions.

Disc Injuries after Auto Collision

An auto collision can lead to parts of your spinal structure shifting out of place. Slipped, ruptured, herniated and bulging discs can lead to extremely debilitating pain.

Bone Fractures

The force of an accident can lead to broken bones in your extremities. The most common are both facial and collarbone fractures.

Acute Mechanical Back Pain

Damage to spinal joints, discs, vertebrae, and supporting structures like soft tissues can cause musculoskeletal injuries such as mechanical back pain.


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  • How long does it take to heal from whiplash?

    Recovery time from whiplash is variable, contingent upon the severity of the injury. While mild cases may resolve within a few weeks, more serious instances could necessitate several months for full healing.

  • What are the symptoms of whiplash?

    Common symptoms of whiplash encompass neck pain and stiffness, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and pain or tenderness in the shoulders, upper back, or arms. Seeking medical attention promptly, even for seemingly minor symptoms, is crucial.

  • How do I fix whiplash?

    Treatment for whiplash typically involves a combination of medical interventions and self-care measures, including pain management, physical therapy, and heat and cold therapy.

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