Whiplash (also called a neck sprain/strain) happens when your neck quickly snaps forward and back in a violent jerking motion similar to the crack of a whip. While this condition is most commonly associated with rear-end automobile accidents, you can also get whiplash from a sports accident or other traumatic event.
Important to keep in mind is that whiplash symptoms often don’t show up until a day or so after the accident/incident, so some people may want to deny going to see a doctor, but that is a mistake.
Below is a list of whiplash treatments and therapies:
When it comes to chronic pain, our specialists at Pegasus Pain Management lead the way in quick relief and long-term management. If you’re suffering with whiplash from a car wreck, sports injury or other trauma, contact us now or schedule an appointment to get pain relief.