Whiplash An injury to the soft tissues of the neck that occurs from a sudden jerking or “whipping” of the head. This type of motion strains the muscles and the ligaments of the neck beyond their normal range of motion. Whiplash often occurs when a vehicle stops suddenly in a car crash or is struck [...]See details
Torticollis Torticollis is a form of dystonia (prolonged muscle contractions) in which the neck muscles contract involuntarily causing the head to turn. Torticollis may occur without known cause (idiopathic), be genetic (inherited), or be acquired secondary to damage to the nervous system or muscles. It may develop in childhood or adulthood. Congenital torticollis (present at [...]See details
WHAT IS SPINAL DEGENERATION?
WHAT IS SPINAL DEGENERATION? The Degenerative Spine Cascade is the process by which the human spine changes and degenerates over time. A continuous process that can begin at any age, the degenerative spine cascade often takes 40-50 years or more to run its course and will affect 90% of the population to some degree during [...]See details