Whiplash symptoms

The early symptoms of whiplash usually develop 12-24 hours following an accident or blow involving hyperextension of the soft tissue of the neck. Even swelling or bruising will not be evident right at the time of incident/accident. Discomfort, pain and stiffness may worsen the next day and progressively become worse with each succeeding day. Studies have shown, whiplash pain can be reduced with the use of TENS.  – See more at: https://www.directens.com

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