Category: whiplash

Whiplash and its Lesser-Known Symptoms

  Car crashes, no matter what caused them, tend to result in relatively quick collisions. The amount of force the body is subjected to during a standard crash is far higher than anything one would encounter in everyday life, and this poses a risk for injury. One of the more common injuries from modern car …

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Collisions: More Than Just a Metaphorical Headache

  While car crashes can be a legal, financial, or insurance headache, the fact that even mild car crashes can result in head injuries does not receive enough attention. Head injuries are one of the most feared wounds as we go through life as they can majorly impact the quality of life of victims even …

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Winter Driving Means More Auto Accidents

It’ll soon be a winter wonderland out there, and you know what that means:  more automobile accidents. Whether an icy road causes a fender bender with the car in front of you, or you slide off the highway in a snowstorm, even a minor winter accident injuries can lead to chronic pain. Common Injuries Trauma …

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Postural Muscle Weakness After a Car Accident

Our musculoskeletal system is made up of all of our bones and muscles, working together to help us stand and move.  Our muscles are either postural, phasic, or a mix of both.  Postural muscles brace your posture as gravity pulls down on it.  They have slow-twitch muscle fibers and are made for continued work and …

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You’ve Been in an Accident

On average, there are 6 million car accidents In the U.S. each year so odds are, it’ll happen at some point to you. Fender benders make up the majority of these accidents but just because you were in a low-speed accident, it doesn’t mean that you didn’t sustain any injuries, just as it doesn’t mean …

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Auto Accident Injuries and You

No one wants to be in an automobile accident but even for the safest, most cautious drivers, they’re almost inevitable.  You can do everything right but you have no control over the other drivers, weather conditions, or wild animals that may cross your path.  Even a small fender-bender that causes minimal damage to your car …

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Auto Accident Injuries

If you’re a tennis player, it’s common to get tennis elbow.  Runners get shin splints. Football players tear their ACLs. There are specific injuries that most commonly occur with certain sports because of the way in which the body typically moves while participating in them.   The same can be said for automobile accidents.  Even …

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Slip and Fall Injuries

You don’t have to be Wile E. Coyote with his latest mail order from Acme to suffer a personal injury.  Falling over something left in the way, slipping on wet floors, tripping over an uneven sidewalk―these can all lead to serious injuries that require treatment.   Slips and falls can vary in severity and the …

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Car Accidents and Chiropractors

Did you know that car crashes are the number one cause of injury in the United States?  Injuries can occur even in collisions under 5 miles per hour, so “minor” incidents can have long term consequences, not just for your health.  Sometimes accidents leave you struggling with lengthy legal issues, especially if you don’t take …

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