Whiplash is a neck injury that can occur during a rapid acceleration and deceleration of the body, causing the head to suddenly move backward and then forward. These extreme motions move cervical spine joints beyond their normal range of motion, causing injury to ligaments, muscles and intervertebral discs. Most whiplash symptoms usually develop within 24 hours after the injury and may include symptoms such as neck pain and stiffness, headaches at the base of the skull, dizziness, blurred vision, and fatigue. Some people may experience difficulty concentrating, memory problems, ringing in the ears, sleep disturbances, and irritability.

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