The Whiplash Report

Vol. 1 No. 8 - June 22, 2014

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Providing personal injury attorneys with the most up-to-date research on chiropractic and whiplash, from the biomechanics of whiplash injury to chiropractic’s ability to enhance patient care and recovery.


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Where “strong evidence” was found to include spinal manipulation in a multimodal approach to treating patients with Grade III Whiplash Associated Disorder (1, 2) where patients’ symptoms include limitation of motion, some ligamentous injury, and possible neurological findings (3).


Reference:
  1. Spitzer WO, Leblanc FE, Dupuis M. Scientific approach to the assessment and management of activity related spinal disorders. Spine 1987;7:S1-S59
  2. Spitzer WO, Skovron ML, Salmi LR, et al. Scientific monograph of the Quebec Task Force on Whiplash-Associated Disorders: redefining “whiplash” and its management. Spine 1995;20:1S-73S
  3. Spitzer WO, Skovron ML, Salmi LR, Cassidy JD, Duranceau J, Suissa S, Zeiss E: Scientific monograph of the Quebec task force on whiplash-associated disorders: redefining "whiplash" and its management. Spine (Supplement) 20(8S):1S-73S, 1995

You want the best for your personal injury clients.

Refer them to a chiropractor trained to properly care for them.

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