• Research Show Women More Likely To Be Injured In Collision

    The difference in injury rates suffered by female occupants compared to male occupants during auto collisions is receiving an increase in attention. The University of Virginia (UVA) published a report detailing the trauma distribution and injury risk trends in restrained car occupants. The researchers used data from the US Department of Transportation National Automotive Sampling… Read more »

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  • Permanent Neck Weakness From Whiplash Injury

    Research demonstrates that you can have permanent neck weakness from a whiplash auto injury. The strength and stability of our neck is due to small bands of tissues called ligaments, which hold the bones of our neck tightly together. These ligaments contain many small nerve fibers that continually send signals to our brain, relaying the… Read more »

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  • Loss of neck curve and disc herniations

    The normal neck curve of the spine is a backwards C-shape called cervical lordosis. This neck curve is the first curve to develop in our spines as babies begin to hold their heads up. As it develops, it increases weight on the individual discs and can be a major site of disc herniation. It has… Read more »

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