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How Car Accidents Cause Whiplash

How Car Accidents Cause Whiplash

by Yenny (SU)
On average, there are more than six million car accidents on the roads in the United States each year. There are many people who suffer from chronic neck and back pain due to whiplash from car accidents. Whiplash is noted as the most common injury resulting from automobile accidents, where the neck and head are often very susceptible to injury from sudden impact.

Whiplash Symptoms after a Car accident

Whiplash Symptoms after a Car accident

by Natalie (SU)
Whiplash (neck sprain or neck strain) is an injury to the neck that occurs when the muscles in your neck are strained, usually because of rapid movement back and then forward, or vice versa. These types of injury are often associated with motor vehicle accidents, but can occur in other instances, such as sports related injuries.

Car Accident and Pregnancy: Should You Be Concerned?

Car Accident and Pregnancy: Should You Be Concerned?

by Stephanie Meadows
It is estimated that more than three million people are injured each year in car accidents, according to research conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Car accidents can cause many different types of injuries to any part of the body, often depending on the crash and severity of impact. Car accidents are always frightening no matter how big or small, but if you happen to be pregnant, the fact that you were just involved in a car crash can be exponentially more frightening when you are responsible for carrying another human being inside you.

The Long-term Effects of Whiplash

The Long-term Effects of Whiplash

by Stephanie Meadows
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it is estimated that more than three million people are injured each year in car accidents. Car accidents can cause many different types of injuries to any part of the body, but it depends of the crash and severity of impact. However, the most common injury people get is called whiplash, due to the violent jerking motion that comes with sudden impact and screeching halts.

  PRP Therapy and Plantar Fasciitis

PRP Therapy and Plantar Fasciitis

by Stephanie Meadows
Pain can be a constant source of distress and interfere in everyday things you need and want to do in your life. It diminishes quality of life and robs people of their mobility and independence. Pain can be acute, meaning it can begin suddenly like a sharp pain experienced with an injury, but can be quickly treated and goes away. However, pain can also be chronic, meaning persistent and severe pain lasting three to six months, or even longer. Therefore, it is important to understand your pain, in order to receive a treatment plan to get you back to living your life again.

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