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Whiplash, a REAL pain in the neck.


Injuries from small car accidents are often over looked or even ignored.  Whiplash, though, is not a small thing; however, the symptoms may not appear right away.  It can take up to two years for someone to feel the effects of a whiplash injury.  You think: how could that be?  If I am injured, I should feel it right away, but, that is not always the case. Definition of whiplash (according to the free dictionary.com): whiplash is any injury to the neck resulting from a sudden thrusting forwards and snapping…  
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Whip it, Whip it Real Good


If you’ve been in an auto accident, chances are you may be hurt worse than your car. Symptoms range from neck and back pain with headaches to ringing in the ears, tingling in the fingers or toes; to feeling like, well that you got hit by a car; and much, much more. It may be immediate or it could take years before you start to notice the symptoms, depending how much damage was done to your body, how big you and your car are and your age.


My Favorite Metallica Song…Whiplash


Everyday thousands are injured in auto accidents that they seem to “walk away from” with little to no visible vehicle damage. They erroneously assume that since the car is barley damaged, then they aren’t either. But that’s just not true.  In a large German study of injury producing rear-impact collisions, nearly half were under 6 mph, the same goes for a recent study in New York. Sometimes the pain is immediate and sometimes it may take up to 6 months or longer to surface. While numerous theories have been advanced…  
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Chiropractic Care

Why chiropractic care? Learn how chiropractic care can help you live a pain free life. At SSR, we provide a personalized treatment plan for each patient to tend to his/her own needs.

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Physical Therapy

Susquehanna Spine and Rehab provides physical therapy and active massage therapy services for pain and injuries in Harford County, MD.

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Massage

Massage is a powerful tool for helping you to become aware of areas of chronic tension or postural problems, and to understand how these affect your body mechanics.

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