Auto Accident and Personal Injury Rehabilitation
WHIPLASH? Accidents cause spinal misalignments which is a serious condition that alters structure, bones, ligaments and discs. Whiplash is a term applied to injuries when the neck is suddenly jolted back and forth and side to side past its normal range of motion. This injury is most commonly seen from car or motor vehicle accidents but can also still occur from other incidents such as sport or work related. Whiplash affects the muscles and tissues in your back and neck. The ligaments of those areas can tear which is called a sprain that can potentially lead to a disc herniation. The ligaments and tissues in that critical area are what holds the spine together.
MINOR INJURY? You do not need to be in a serious motor accident to experience pain or damage to the musculoskeletal system. Speeds as slow as 5mph can still knock the cervical spine out of alignment causing a painful whiplash injury. Those who endure a “minor” accidents typically ignore seeking treatment which can potentially lead to a lifetime of health problems.