The beginning stages of whiplash can present as immediate pain or no initial pain. Whiplash can gradually present with headaches, back and neck pain, memory loss and weakness in limbs. The most common cause of whiplash is a violent movement of the head and neck, which often occurs during a car accident. Mild to progressively severely disability can occur.
- Mild or intense neck pain
- Stiffness and tension, inability to rotate the head
- Mild or intense headaches
- Migraines, sensory deficits with hearing and smell
- Trouble controlling limbs, loss of balance
- Cerebral blood flow interruption causing dizziness
- Pain moving or lifting the arms
- Dislocation, spinal damage, herniated disc symptoms
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