Have You Been In A Car Accident?

When the neck and head are whipped from the back, the injury occurred is known as Whiplash. Most of the car accidents involving rear-end collisions, commonly leading to it.  However, whiplash can be caused by other reasons too including abuse, falls, and trauma.

Often people who’ve met with an accident don’t even realize receiving a whiplash injury until weeks or months later. By then, the problem has already become persistent, leading to other issues. If you have suffered a neck injury, the following information will help you understand if you are experiencing Whiplash injury and how Chiropractic treatment can help you treat it.

Whiplash, Medford Chiropractic


Whiplash is a condition when your neck is whipped from back to front during an accident, playing or from an assault, trauma, impacting your spine and the soft issues surrounding it. Whiplash can result into:

  • Disc bulges and herniation
  • Subluxations
  • Injured bones in the spine
  • Irritated and damaged nerves
  • Pulled ligaments and muscles in the neck

What are the Symptoms of Whiplash?

Whiplash injuries can range from mild to very severe. In the case where the headrest is positioned too low, the impact is significantly leading to broken bones or damage in tissues. We highly recommend you going to a chiropractor who will perform a thorough examination and x-rays.

Even though the impact seems negligible to you, you might have whiplash if you are suffering from any of the below-mentioned symptoms:

  • Blurred vision
  • Depression
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Inability to move or turn the head fully
  • Neck pain
  • Numbness or tingling in the arms, hands, and fingers
  • Pain when turning the head
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Shoulder, upper back, and arm pain
  • Tiredness

If you have recently suffered an injury, get a thorough check-up of your spine at the soonest. The earlier your issue is diagnosed and treatment starts, the less are the chances of it progressing into a permanent damage.

Chiropractic Care for Whiplash

Since the majority of whiplash incidents impact the spine and the surrounding nerves and tissues, chiropractic care is an excellent avenue for treatment. Chiropractic treatments are gentle and non-invasive. Through small adjustments only, people get great relief from pain.

If you are looking for the Chiropractor for Whiplash, call us at Borealis Wellness Clinic  in Medford and schedule an appointment today.