Over the last 20 years, hundreds of scientific studies have been conducted on the biomechanics of whiplash injuries. We've reviewed all of these, and have summarized the most important studies here for your review.
93% of Whiplash Patients Improve With Chiropractic
Aggressive Behavior After Head Injury
Biomechanics of TMJ Injury from Whiplash
Brain Injury or Chronic Pain: The Importance of Diagnosis
Can Accident Reconstructionists Accurately Determine G Forces After A Collision?
Can Accident Reconstructionists Accurately Determine G Forces After a Crash?
Cervical Spine Injury Mechanism of Whiplash
Cervical Spine Radiography and Trauma
Chiropractic "Effective Treatment" of Whiplash
Chiropractic Treatment of Whiplash
Does No Vehicle Damage Mean No Injury?
Injuries From Side Impact Collisions
Injury Threshold of Rear-End Collisions
Ligament Damage After Car Crashes
Ligament Stretching During Whiplash Movement
Low-Impact Crashes Can Lead to Long-Term Pain
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Reversible Neuropsychological Deficits
Misconceptions about Brain Injury and Implications for Treatment and Litigation
Motion MRI's: A new tool for identifying whiplash damage
Neck Ligaments Are Weakened After Auto Collisions
Nerve Injury After Auto Accidents
No Vehicle Damage = No Injury. Right? Wrong.
Objective Evidence of Nerve and Muscle Changes after Whiplash Injury
Olfactory Function After Mild Brain Injury
Predicting Disability After Whiplash
Recovery Time from Ligament Injury
Seating Position and Gender as Risk Factors for Whiplash Injury
Setting the Whiplash Record Straight
Shoulder Injuries after Whiplash
Similarities Between Whiplash and Brain Injury
The Problems with the Quebec Task Force on Whiplash
Vertebral Artery Stretching during Whiplash
Whiplash and Methylprednisolone
Whiplash Pain May Affect Structure of the Brain
Whiplash, Referred Pain and the Central Nervous System
Whiplash: Social and Crash Factors