Car accidents often cause whip lash injuries. Even when whip lash seems small, it should be taken seriously because of the areas that are impacted.

Whip lash is a collection of injuries that happens from sudden, violent whipping of the head. Muscles, ligaments, and other connective tissue in the neck and upper back can be damaged.

It may take a while for the symptoms of whip lash to appear and/or symptoms may seem unrelated to an untrained eye. But, many people who settle insurance claims suffer with chronic pain caused by the whip lash.

If you have any suspicion of whip lash or spinal injury, let us examine your health so we can determine the best treatment plan for you so you can avoid chronic, long-term pain.