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If you are suffering from whiplash, the first step you need to take is to schedule an appointment with a trusted chiropractor who will evaluate the severity of your condition and get you on the road to recovery. Read some common advice that your chiropractor may recommend.


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• For at least 2-3 weeks, avoid activities that bring on or worsen your pain and stiffness

• Do not lift or carry anything heavy or participate in sports

• Do not sit for long periods of time

• Use an orthopedic head support pillow while sleeping

• If possible, stay active by taking short walks on a regular basis

• If you have pain when you move your head or the pain involves your shoulder or arms, your doctor may recommend a soft neck collar or a natural pain reliever


While recovering and under care, contact your chiropractor if any of the following occurs:


• Neck pain and stiffness return after they initially went away

• Neck pain is so severe that it interferes with your daily activities

• The pain spreads to your shoulders or arms

• You have numbness, tingling or weakness in your arms or legs

• You have problems with your bladder or bowels

• Headaches become severe and do not resolve


Take these steps to feel better:

Recover from your whiplash with the right help

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