What we treat

Whiplash

It is felt that active interventions such as neck exercises and mobilisations are beneficial in the early stages.

Your Solihull physiotherapist uses a variety of physical methods, such as massage and manipulation, to promote healing and wellbeing. It helps to restore a person’s range of movement following an injury such as whiplash. As well as helping to relieve pain and stiffness in your neck using massage and manipulation, your physiotherapist will also be able to advise you about neck exercises that you can do at home.

Whiplash that persists for six months or longer is known as chronic whiplash. As with acute whiplash, there is little in the way of solid evidence to suggest what the best approach for treating chronic whiplash is, and which treatments are most effective. However, similarly to acute whiplash, if you have chronic whiplash it is recommended that you keep your neck mobile and continue with your normal daily activities.

At Epione our practitioners are trained to advise you on posture, exercises and ergonomics which aims to help you to manage and improve the pain and stiffness.