Whiplash Center

Whiplash is a common injury to a person's neck following a car accident (in most cases). Symptoms include:

  • headache,
  • neck pain,
  • neck and shoulder stiffness,
  • shoulder pain,
  • fatigue,
  • dizziness,
  • jaw pain,
  • arm pain,
  • weakness of the arm(s),
  • visual disturbances, and
  • tinnitus.

Diagnosis is generally with a physical exam, X-rays, or possibly an MRI. Treatment generally includes physical therapy and time.

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