Whiplash Following Rear End Collisions: A Prospective Cohort Study
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
The key points noted in this article include:
This is a unique study because it is a prospective study that looked at all individuals who had been exposed to the trauma of a rear-end motor vehicle collision, whether injured or not, and whether they sought medical attention or not.
This article presents more evidence that a lot of people suffer from long term symptoms following whiplash trauma, and that they are not all recovering in a few weeks.
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Whiplash | Rear End Collisions
Whiplash Following Rear End Collisions: This is a unique study because it is a prospective study that looked at all individuals who had been exposed to the trauma of a rear-end motor vehicle collision, ... read more HERE
Whiplash | Fact or Fiction?
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Car Accident Injury
Your Greatest Loss May Occur After the Wreck! A minor accident?
Even a minor automobile accident can have major ill effects on your health. It may be weeks, months, even years before the problem shows itself... read more HERE
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Chiropractic doctors who are trained and experienced in personal injury cases, such as Dr. Huber, appear as expert witnesses in courts all over the country...read moreHERE