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Whiplash is common because of a sudden flexion and extension of the cervical spine as occurs after a rear-end collision. It usually an injury to the muscles and ligaments stabilizing the cervical spine.

Symptoms of whiplash-type injury include stiffness, difficulty turning the head side to side, difficulty looking upwards, headaches as well as shoulder pain and discomfort.

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