Soft Tissue Injuries Cause Neck Strain

A Neck Strain Is A Muscle Injury Of The Neck!

Soft Tissue Injuries Cause Neck StrainNeck strain is an injury to the muscles and tendons that support and move the head and neck. A neck strain is quite a common injury and generally is mild to moderate injury which clears by itself within a few days to a week. Neck strain is often just called whiplash.

The cardinal symptom of neck strain is pain and often combined with a decreased range of motion. A neck strain is often the result of a sudden movement or force to the head or neck. A neck sprain refers to an injury to a ligament, while a neck strain is a muscle injury pulled the muscle. Continue reading “Soft Tissue Injuries Cause Neck Strain”

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