Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Whiplash

November 17, 2016. Consistent international data indicates that up to 50% of people will not have recovered one year post whiplash injury. There is variability in recovery pathways for whiplash injuries, and whilst the question of how to prevent the transition from acute to chronic pain after whiplash injury cannot yet be answered, this webinar for health professionals outlines and discusses possible ways forward for the management of such injuries. Presented by Prof Michele Sterling, Director, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injuries; Associate Director, Centre of National Research and Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine.

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November 17, 2016. Consistent international data indicates that up to 50% of people will not have recovered one year post whiplash injury. There is variability in recovery pathways for whiplash injuries, and whilst the question of how to prevent the transition from acute to chronic pain after whiplash injury cannot yet be answered, this webinar for health professionals outlines and discusses possible ways forward for the management of such injuries. Presented by Prof Michele Sterling, Director, NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injuries; Associate Director, Centre of National Research and Disability and Rehabilitation Medicine.

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