Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • How to use this course

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    Let's get started!

    • Introduction

    • Techniques

    • Images of Involved Muscles

    • Quick Start Guide

  • 3

    Next Steps...

    • Additional Resources

    • Before you go...

The Whip That Lasts (Whiplash)

Insights and techniques to help clear the top 5 high frequency pain complaints

Think for a moment...

How many people you see complain of:

  • Headache

  • Sub-occipital tension

  • Neck pain

  • Shoulder girdle pain

  • Upper back pain

  • Fatigue

I'll bet these are some of your top 5 high frequency complaints!

I believe it’s mainly due to prior episodes of cervical trauma which went untreated or weren’t adequately treated.

While cervical hyperextension is likely the most common cause of multiple symptoms including seemingly bizarre complaints involving the eyes, ears, jaw, etc., none the less many other mechanisms of injury are never reported in any history given to any practitioner including you. Unless you dig deeper in your history to uncover seemingly minor incidences the person has long since disregarded. Why might this be? They would usually relate some pain, ache, and restriction of motion for a short period of time and then it disappeared and so did their focus/awareness of the potential for lingering potential for symptoms to reappear down the road. With the Whip That Lasts “aka” Whiplash, I’ll give you insights and techniques to help clear them now and in the future!