The Whiplash Encyclopedia: The Facts and Myths of Whiplash

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Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 736 pages
With The Second Edition Of The Whiplash Encyclopedia: The Facts And Myths Of Whiplash, Robert Ferrari Revisits The Notion That Whiplash Is An Example Of Illness Induced By Society, In General, And By Physicians In Particular. The Whiplash Encyclopedia Leaves No Topic On Whiplash Uncovered, And Can Be Used In Any Medicolegal Practice. The Second Edition Also Explores New Theories Being Heralded To Explain Chronic Whiplash, Discusses Central Sensitization, And Includes A New Chapter In Whiplash Mythology. The Next Time You Have A Question About Whiplash, The Answer Is Likely To Be Found In The Whiplash Encyclopedia.

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Contents

RAILWAY SPINE
17
TRAUMATIC NEUROSIS
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CHRONIC NECK PAIN
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