Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash is a kind of neck injury that is very common in our modern day. It occurs when the head is suddenly whipped backward and then forward. This sudden motion can damage your neck's ligaments, muscles, and tendons.

Such injuries can cause many problems, including pain and stiffness in your neck, headaches, numbness or weakness in your arms or hands, and difficulty sleeping. So, if you have whiplash-related pain, you must get treatment immediately. One great way to address it is through Upper Cervical Chiropractic care.

This approach focuses on getting to the bottom of whiplashthe spineand improving the alignment of your vertebrae so that they are less likely to shift out of place when you move your head or neck.

When you visit an Upper Cervical chiropractor for whiplash injuries, they will examine your neck to ensure it is not out of alignment. If they find misalignment in your neck that may be causing your pain, they will use gentle spinal adjustments to help realign it.


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Neck Injury Remedied at Upper Cervical Hawaii
Kai suffered a whiplash injury in 2004, but did not have it checked until 2005. This injury has affected her way of living tremendously. It caused loss of balance, affecting her gait and making her faint at times. After seeking the help of ten different chiropractors, nothin...
Kaiya originally came to our office seeking help for her whiplash related injuries. She has been through 3 car accidents in the past and has suffered whiplash from at least 2 of them. She has a lot of tension in her neck, her limbs were starting to feel numb, and she felt her b...
Inspiring Story about Whiplash and Upper Cervical Care in Wichita, KS
Shawnna initially came to the office seeking help for the numbness that she experience in her sides & arms. Prior to the issues, she was rear ended and as time went by, her condition became worse. It affected her quality of life so much that she couldn’t sit for long periods ...

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