Early Mobilization for Whiplash Due to Car Accident and Other Treatment Procedures

Car accidents, including low-velocity ones, can have delayed effects on your body. In particular, whiplash, caused by a sudden backward or forward head motion, may show symptoms only after 24 hours or a few days. Even rear-end low-speed collisions at the speed of 10 to 15 kilometers per hour have been connected to whiplashes. Patients who have whiplash may experience neck pain, headaches, and low back pain apart from dizziness and shoulder pain. While minor whiplashes may be cured by rest, studies indicate the importance of early movement to an improved rate of recuperation. Here’s what you need to know about the role of early movement in addressing symptoms of whiplash caused by car accident and other possible treatment options. […]