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Back and Neck Injuries

Dealing With Disability Caused by a Spinal Cord Injury Getting injured in an accident is often extremely inconvenient since it can interrupt your life in numerous ways ranging from your career to relationships. Many accident injuries can take this even farther when they cause permanent damage that results in lifelong…

What is Radiculopathy? Radiculopathy is not a specific condition, but rather a description of a general issue in which one or more nerves in the body are negatively affected and not working properly. The symptoms of the pain associated with radiculopathy generate from the nerve root. Damage to a nerve…

Spinal Cord Injury Facts Spinal cord injuries are one of the most dangerous types of injury that an accident victim can experience. One of the reasons that spinal cord injuries are so debilitating is because the spinal column houses the nerve pathways that facilitate communication with the brain. Consequently, a…

Determining the Value of an Accident Back Injury Did you know that back pain is the third most common reason for a visit to the doctor? In fact, the American Chiropractic Association estimates that approximately 80 percent of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Back…

Four Types, Four Causes, and One Solution Chronic neck pain takes a toll. It limits mobility and participation in daily activities. It weighs on emotions, frequently causing fear and anxiety. It impairs work performance and life enjoyment. It potentially leads to dependence on pain medications. Millions of Americans suffer through…

Everything You Need to Know About Rear-end Back and Neck Injuries The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates approximately 1.7 million rear-end collisions in 2010, a number that continues to rise each year. In its most recent yearly data, the NHTSA reports almost 2.4 million rear-end collisions on the…

Spinal Cord Injury Contributing Factors and Causes Spinal cord injuries can have devastating consequences. About 17,000 new spinal cord injury (SCI) cases occur each year. Although spinal cord injuries can happen to anyone, about 80 percent of all new spinal cord injury cases are men. The Mayo Clinic defines a…