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Dizziness can be caused by injury to the neck by Carol Grant Posted Mon 05 Jul 2010 4:43am Have you ever experienced neck pain and woke up one morning to find yourself dizzy and unable to walk properly. While there are many causes of dizziness, a very common one stems from neck injuries. The joints in the neck are covered by nerves which if injured can send wrong signals to the brain and cause dizziness. Chiropractic care can eas ... Read on »
Heavy Metal Head-banging Can Cause Head And Neck Injuries by k Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 6:46pm A recent study by the University Of New South Wales suggests that “Head Banging” to heavy metal music can cause brain and neck injury. You don’t have to be a genius to understand that it can cause neck injury. Musicians such as Dave Mustaine of Megadeth have neck problems from years of Head Banging. My neck muscles have been sore after many meta ... Read on »
Pillow To Use after a Neck Injury such as Whiplash by NAV Posted Fri 28 Dec 2012 9:43pm A whiplash type injury can result from a motor vehicle accident. Especially the rear end collision type- when someone bumps your car from the back, it can cause major injury to the neck muscles, ligaments and nerves. A whiplash injury is best treated with chiropractic treatment, therapeutic modalities such as tens and ice/heat as well as physic ... Read on »
The Pain Associated with a Whiplash Neck Injury by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:00pm I have examined many patients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents and have sustained a whiplash type injury. They often come in with symptoms such as headaches, neck pain, stiff neck, facial pain, loss of range of motion in their neck and difficulty finding a comfortable position at night. The pain intensity is often mild to severe. ... Read on »
'Extreme Sports' Linked to 40,000 Head and Neck Injuries Per Year by Medline Plus Posted Fri 14 Mar 2014 9:00am Study finds skateboarding, snowboarding lead the pack in number of trauma cases Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Head Injuries , Neck Injuries and Disorders , Sports Injuries Read on »
What neck injury is all about by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Mon 04 Jun 2012 10:05pm A health care provider should be consulted to evaluate any kind of Neck Injury . Most of the injuries involve soft tissues, which may be due to tear because of strain. This can be accompanied by inflammation for the first few days. Using heat is not recommended as this might increase the inflammation. Cold material is appropriate until an ... Read on »
Tiger Woods and Neck Injury by Davis Liu Medical Doctor Posted Tue 11 May 2010 5:02am Tiger Woods recently withdrew from The Players Championship golf tournament due neck pain and spasm as well as shooting pain starting from the neck to the right hand. According to the Associated Press, Woods started noticing neck pain about two weeks before the Masters, which was about five weeks ago. What does he have? Is his care appropria ... Read on »
Workout Plan: Week of April 21, 2013 + Neck Injury by Dori Manela Posted Mon 22 Apr 2013 9:56am How’d you like my disappearing act? I last shared my weekly workout schedule the week of March 31 . At the time I was battling some upper back pain and taking it easy. I went on an easy 3-mile run on a gorgeous spring morning that Tuesday and as I sat at my desk later on, my neck blew up. The right side was incredibly swollen and it hurt an ... Read on »
whiplash neck injuries and cervical collars by panamark Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 7:34am Mark Perren-Jones from Isla verde Spa Boquete The self-adjusting frame designed to  support  the back and the  neck. | Source GB Patent, GB1852-1064 | Date 1852  … You will be glad to know its no longer recommended   I happened to walk into my local pharmacy the other day and noticed the pharmacist wearing a cervical c ... Read on »
Peyton Manning’s Neck Injury by Matt Whitehead Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 12:35pm Peyton Manning is taking the road traveled by way too many professional athletes of every sport: treating symptoms and not causes. His neck surgeries and rehab programs have him no better off now than before them because he has yet to treat the cause of the problem: his posture. John Elder explains the connection between Peyton Manning ... Read on »