Each year, about three million people experience whiplash injuries to their neck and back.
Of these three million people, only about one-half, will fully recover.
About 600,000 of those individuals will have long-term symptoms, and 150,000 will actually become disabled as a result of the injury.
There are many factors that come into play when a person is diagnosed with whiplash.
Physical therapy has been proven to reduce the severity and duration of whiplash and to limit the long-term effects.
Our therapists are focused on providing the direct, one-on-one care that is required to properly diagnose and treat whiplash.