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Whiplash, other chronic neck pain, migraine & jaw

Whiplash, chronic neck, migraine and headache


These are treated by injection of hypertonic glucose to the tender points at the back of the skull and tips of the cervical vertebrae at the attachments of the supraspinous and interspinous ligaments. These superficial points are easy to treat and will relieve most neck problems. More advanced practitioners can treat the cervical facet ligaments9.

 

Jaw

Strengthening and tightening the ligaments around the Temporomandibular joint relieves the pain and muscle spasm and prevents locking.

 

References

9Dorman TA, Whiplash injuries: treatment with prolotherapy and a new hypothesis. J Orthopaed Med 1999; 21:13-21