Whiplash occurs due to a sudden backward and forward jolting of the head causing damage to the structures supporting the neck. 

This injury is usually the result of a motor vehicle accident or some level of acute trauma. Left untreated, whiplash can lead to ongoing


·      Neck pain

·      Headache

·      Dizziness

It is common for whiplash injuries to be accompanied with several deficits along the joints and muscles of the neck. A wide range of treatments will be used to

·      Decrease muscular spasm and pain

·      Decrease inflammation

·      Restore range of motion

·      Strengthen the muscles of the neck.

Our physiotherapists have a wealth of experience in this area, with our head physiotherapist Andrew Noyes, specialising in the treatment of neck and headache related issues.



EXACT Physiotherapy
Suite 2, Level 1, "Odeon Building"
52 Lyons Road
Drummoyne 2047
(62 space parking next door off Marlborough St.)

P: 02 9819 6259
F: 02 9181 1065
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