The most frequent cause of whiplash is a car accident. The speed of the cars involved in the accident or the amount of physical damage to the car may not relate to the intensity of neck injury – speeds as low as 15 miles per hour can produce enough energy to cause whiplash in occupants, whether or not they wear seat belts. When whiplash injury is left untreated, it can cause pain in other areas of the body.

Through massage treatment with NFR, reducing the muscle tension in the body and correcting their posture, many of my clients report significant improvements. Many if not all of my whiplash clients report increased range of motion, reduced spasticity, and reduced, or completely eliminated, pain.