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Signs That You May Have Experienced Whiplash

If you have recently experienced a car accident, you need to be on the lookout for whiplash. An unfortunately common problem caused by a tremendous force of impact, whiplash can cause immense strain on your muscles, tendon, and ligaments. Fortunately, the doctors here at Northern Virginia Orthopaedic Specialists in Manassas and Haymarket, VA, are here to help!

Do you have whiplash?

Following an episode of physical trauma, the signs and symptoms of whiplash may take up to 24 hours to develop, and they may include:

If you notice any of the signs and symptoms listed above, there are a few simple home remedies that you can try for temporary relief until you can visit one of our offices. Consider:

If you are suffering from severe whiplash symptoms, it’s best to seek immediate help from the experts here at Northern Virginia Orthopaedic Specialists. Your doctors may recommend:

Concerned? Give us a call

If you are suffering from whiplash, you can find relief from your painful symptoms. Call the doctors here at Northern Virginia Orthopaedic Specialists today!

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