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Whiplash associated disorders are common, disabling, and costly conditions that occur as a consequence of a motor vehicle crash (MVC). Recent data indicate that rapid improvement in levels of pain and disability occur in the first three months post injury with little if any change after this period and that the majority of injured people will not fully recover (Kamper et al 2008). The associated cost secondary to whiplash injury, including medical care, disability, lost work productivity, as well as personal costs is substantial (Crouch et al 2006, MAIC 2004).
Grieve's Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
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