chronic neck pain due to whiplash

WHIPLASH AND
CHRONIC NECK PAIN

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Statistically, every American can expect to be in a motor vehicle collision once every ten years. Motor vehicle collisions have been the number one cause of death of our children for decades.  Since 9/11 (September 11, 2001), about 3,000 Americans have died as a consequence of terrorism; about 360,000 Americans have died in motor vehicle crashes.  Since the start of the American Revolution in 1775, about a million Americans have died in our wars. Since Henry Ford introduced the mass-produced motorcar in 1913, more than 2.5 million Americans have met their deaths on the road.  And millions of Americans who did not die from motor vehicle collisions were injured.”  The world’s foremost experts on whiplash, Dr. Dan Murphy says that there are 3,000,000 new cases of whiplash in the US every year.  This statement was made by Dr. Murphy several years ago.

If you have ever dealt with any sort of neck pain, you know how miserable it can be.  Now imagine that your neck pain is unrelenting — and that it has been going on for decades.  According to a twenty year old study, a number equivalent to 1% of the world’s population has severe and unrelenting pain as the result of a WHIPLASH ACCIDENT.  Although I probably would not have put Debra in that category yet, she was definitely headed in that direction. 

By the way, the loss of motion she describes (as well as the CRUNCHING SOUNDS called “crepitus” or “creep“) are a (arguably the) major source of SPINAL DEGENERATION.  The full Range of Motion that Debra then describes in the video is the result of a single SCAR TISSUE REMODELING TREATMENT given over two years ago.  To see more of our TESTIMONIAL VIDEOS on this and other subjects, click the link.

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