New Research Links Old Whiplash Injuries to Migraines
Whiplash injuries linked to migraine headaches

Cranio-Cervical Syndrome A group of distinguished experts met in New York City on April 6, 2013 to discuss the impact of a newly identified medical syndrome known as Cranio-Cervical Syndrome (CCS). The conference is expected to become an annual event to address the pandemic needs of the millions of patients (including 1.2 million whiplash injuries annually in the US) who currently have no solution from their symptoms for the lack of an adequate diagnosis or effective treatment. The symposium is called “The Cranio-Cervical Syndrome (CCS): The Vulnerability of the Human Neck and Its Impact on Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Flow.” Although … Continue reading “New Research Links Old Whiplash Injuries to Migraines”

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Car Accidents in Anchorage
Whiplash injuries linked to migraine headaches

  1. As reported by the National Transportation Council – One vehicle traveling at 10 mph has as much force on a person as having a 50 lb. sack of sand thrown on you from the second story of a building. 2. Wearing a shoulder harness adds even more torque to the spine than not wearing one at all. Seatbelts save lives . . . not spines. 3. Double the injury if the your head is turned in either direction. 4. Acceleration of the head is worse if you get hit while you are already moving. 5. Ramping – If … Continue reading “Car Accidents in Anchorage”

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