Quality of Life After Whiplash

Stress. Everyone has it. Whether it is due to the work environment, family issues, financial problems, or just life in general, no one needs to deal with pain on top of it all. A person may not realize just where his pain is coming from. Oddly enough, it can be from that accident that occurred weeks, months, or even decades…

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Quick Tips for Improving Neck Health

Do you suffer from neck pain? Do you feel that you could use a little more range of motion in your neck? Here are a few quickly methods to help you improve neck function and decrease discomfort. Effective Neck Stretches Even if you are not an athlete, stretching is a great way to relieve stiff muscles and improve mobility. Stretching…

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Coping with the Stress of Whiplash in Plymouth MN

We are surrounded by stress every day from work, home, finances, and sometimes, pain. If a person has recently been in a car accident and has whiplash, it can be a stressor to the body. Many feel that icing it is sufficient to help them get through the day, and it may be quite helpful, but more is needed to…

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Whiplash Recovery in Plymouth Minnesota

Whiplash is defined as an injury to the neck, due to harsh back and forth movement, like the cracking of a whip. It mainly happens after a car accident, although it can be due to other things like a sports accident or physical abuse. It can do damage that lasts for many years. The muscles in the neck, the discs…

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How to Overcome Lingering Post-concussion Syndrome

Dealing with chronic PCS The upper the Journal of upper cervical chiropractic research reported in an article on March 12, 2012 that and upper neck misalignment can have a drastic impact on the brain. After seeing various medical doctors, cardiologist, and neurologist a 75-year-old woman sought the care of a neurologist who was familiar with upper cervical chiropractic. He told…

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Recovering from Whiplash in Plymouth MN

If you suffered a recent injury to the head, which caused it to suddenly move from front to back, back to front, or even side to side, then you might have suffered from “whiplash.” Once called Railway Spine, during the times when people mostly traveled by train, and this type of injury frequently occurred in train accidents. Though, this injury…

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