Neck Pain After Whiplash

During a rear-end collision, the head and torso are thrust in opposite directions in a very short period of time. So it is not surprising that most of the symptoms of whiplash are centered in that part of the body between the head and the torso — the neck.

The neck is made up of a complex network of bones, discs, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels, and muscles — and all of them can be injured in a crash. Watch the video below or browse our articles to learn more about neck pain caused by whiplash.

Neck Pain and Chiropractic

Other Treatments for Neck Pain


30% Complain of Chronic Neck Pain After Whiplash

Acute Treatment of Whiplash Neck Sprains

Auto injuries weaken neck ligaments

Auto Injury Weakens the Neck

Imaging Whiplash Injuries

Ligament Damage After Whiplash Injury

Ligament Injury After Whiplash

Muscle Injury After Whiplash

Muscular Tension After Whiplash

Neck Ligaments Are Weakened After Auto Collisions

Neck Pain After Auto Injuries

Neck Pain, Proprioception and Chiropractic

Objective Evidence of Nerve and Muscle Changes after Whiplash Injury

Postural Stability and Neck Trauma

Proof of Ligament Injury After Whiplash Trauma

Recovery Time from Ligament Injury

Retropharyngeal Tendinitis

Risk of Neck or Shoulder Pain 7 Years after Whiplash Injury

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

TMJ and Neck Pain

Turned Head Increases Risk of Whiplash Injury

Vertebral Artery Injury After Cervical Spine Trauma

Whiplash Patients Exhibit Distinct Pain Pattern

Whiplash: The Neck and the Brain