SUFFERING FROM WHIPLASH?
Don't regret getting treatment after a collision and end up being another statistic. Usually the neck and upper back and limbs are subject to the abrupt trauma induced from a vehicular collision. The first few days following a whiplash injury, a patient may not be able to move their neck and head without difficulty. It is not uncommon to hear a whiplash patient say that the weight of their head felt very heavy. Additionally there are reports of people suffering headaches, nausea, vertigo, arm and shoulder aching. Symptoms may begin to develop from 2 to 48 hours after the injury.
VARIED FORMS OF WHIPLASH
A person who suffers from these vehicular impacts can also have complaints of low back pain. This usually happens when they have braced themselves with their foot hard of the brake when the impact occurs. Whiplash can be minor or severe and can even occur very low speed accidents. Whiplash can also occur from falls, sports injuries, work injuries and other accidents. Pre-existing conditions, such as arthritis, may increase the severity of the whiplash.
WHIPLASH IN COOS BAY NORTH BEND OR
Dr. Soard will assist you with all the billing questions and your auto insurance issues. In most cases, your automobile insurance will cover treatment expense and this office will correspond with them so you can focus on getting better.