Rear-end collision automobile accidents can commonly cause Whiplash. Whiplash is a common neck injury. You may feel pain and stiffness in your neck at the time of your injury, or it may begin days later. You may also have pain in your shouldersback and arms. You may not be able to twist or bend your neck normally. You may have headaches and dizziness. Some people also experience complications with hearing, vision or memory. These can become chronic problems.


Treatment options may include rest, medications and injections. You may benefit from a soft cervical collar. Physical therapy can also be an important part of your recovery. Your healthcare provider can create a care plan that is right for your needs.