Whiplash

This is a very dramatic term, which describes an injury to the neck, usually following a car accident. It is most common in those where the patient suffers a rear end shunt.

How do I know I've got Whiplash?

You will have suffered either a car accident or some other incident when the head is "thrown" forwards then backwards. Pain and stiffness can occur immediately or after 24-48 hours. Symptoms are very variable and include:

What can I do?

What will physiotherapy do?

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a well recognised and safe treatment for muscular skeletal problems including back pain, whiplash and joint or muscle problems.

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Pilates

Pilates is a method of exercise designed to improve abdominal and back strength, improve posture and prevent back and neck pain.

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DSE Assessments

Display screen assessments are required by law importantly they are vital for the wellbeing of office workers.

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