Research Articles & Videos

Greatest damage from a whiplash injury occurs at less than 7mph with a rear end collision.

Often the symptoms of the whiplash are not felt for several days due to muscle guarding and inflammation of the joints and tissue.

Damage to the segmental stabilizers of the neck leaves the neck unstable, painful with motion and weak. These muscles can also be the culprit of headaches, dizziness and balance issues if the vestibular nuclei is affected.  Neuromotor retraining for timing and activation are essential in order to begin to regain proper function and movement for support of the head, neck and shoulders.