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Whiplash Center

Every year, around 2 million Americans get whiplash, usually from a car accident. You can also get it from playing sports, falling, or even being punched. Whiplash isn’t technically a medical term, but it is a very real pain. In the SpineUniverse Whiplash Center, learn what you can do after you get whiplash.

Facts & Tips
The symptoms of whiplash usually take awhile to develop. You may feel pain and other symptoms starting about two hours after the initial injury, or it may take days, weeks, or months before you feel anything.
Updated on: 12/17/12

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