Whiplash is most commonly researched when it’s due to a rear collision in which the occupant of the car is injured by a flexion (forward) and extension (backward) whip-like mechanism of injury, but what happens when a T-bone kind of impact happens? The answer to this question is quite similar to a number of the factors related to any collision: the size of the bullet vs. target vehicle,
We’ve all heard of ‘whiplash’ before. Most commonly people imagine a car accident or a rollercoaster when they hear that term. Well, what is actually going on in the neck during whiplash? Whiplash is just a common term, the technical name for this type of injury is cervical acceleration-deceleration(CAD).