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Back and Neck Injuries

A neck injury can lead to serious impairments, injuries and in some cases, death. This is because the neck contains part of the spinal cord,[1] the bundle of nerves responsible for facilitating voluntary and involuntary signals from the brain to other parts of the body. This system is known as…

Your spinal cord is one of the most important parts of your body, as its bundles of nerves facilitate communications between the brain and the rest of your body. Because of its primary role in physical functioning, injuries to the spinal cord can have dire consequences. The communications from the…

The spine and related nerves are an integral part of the human anatomy and control movement, organ function, sensation, strength, and much more. Without a properly functioning spinal cord, an individual may be severely limited in movement and other abilities. For this reason, many accident victims who suffer injury to…

Though many people believe that “whiplash”[1] refers to a singular injury, the term is actually used to refer to a range of soft-tissue strains that occur in the neck. These injuries occur when the neck suddenly and sharply jerks forward or backward and then snaps back into place. The term…

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that over 3 million people are injured each year in vehicle accidents across the country The type and severity of injuries suffered by drivers and passengers involved in a car accident depend several factors, such as: Was it a low-speed collision or a high-speed…

Spinal fractures in Florida are typically caused by high velocity accidents such as car crashes or long falls, and they are very serious injuries. They can pinch, compress, and even tear the spinal cord. Treatment of spinal fractures depends on the type of fracture and the degree of instability. The…