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Whiplash - Self Help program for you to work at home independently or between treatments with your therapist. Program consists of self massage, stretching, and strengthening exercises.

NAT® - Complete Home Healing Guide for Whiplash Injury

Whiplash is a neck injury that is caused by an impact or blow that forces your head to move abruptly. The sudden force that causes the neck muscles to stretch, may tear the muscles and tendons in your neck, leading to a neck strain.

Whiplash most often occurs in car accidents, specifically in a rear-end collision. However, whiplash can also result from sports accidents, physical abuse, or other trauma.

Who Is Prone to Whiplash Injury?

Anyone who has been in a motor accident, especially in a rear end collision is at risk of suffering from whiplash. Other people at risk include amateur and professional athletes who often suffer blows to their head and neck; such as footballer tacklers.

Roller coasters and other amusement park rides have been known to cause whiplash Injury. Physical abuse is another cause, especially when one has been punched or shaken. Whiplash can also occur during everyday activities; for example, jolting the neck when one trips or falls.

Studies have found that whiplash is more common in women than men; as their neck muscles are not as strong as men’s. People from the age of 65 are also at a higher risk of developing whiplash injury after an impact or blow.

Whiplash injury can be effectively treated with a combination of exercise, stretching, and trigger point therapy (massage). This program has been created by osteopath Simeon Niel Asher and physiotherapist Talia Tzadok to guide you step by step through the treatment and rehabilitation over a 4-6 week period. The guide is fully illustrated with easy to follow instructions.

When you download this home healing program, you will be eligible for online clinical support (always provided by NAT certified therapists).

eBook: 35 Pages