Whiplash and tightness in facial muscles
Whiplash-associated disorder WAD has a close relationship to and functional linkage with the neck and jaw. Studies show an association between orofacial pain and cervical pain and confirm intersegmental nociceptive connections between the trigeminal regions and the cervical spine. We present six cases of WAD-associated orofacial neuralgia. The objective of this study is to present a series of cases of neuralgia-like pain following WAD. Six cases of WAD-associated orofacial neuralgic pain are presented.
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Whiplash: What you need to know
Whiplash Symptoms and Associated Disorders
This injury is most common following a rear-end car collision. It can also result from physical abuse, sports injuries, or amusement park rides. Whiplash results when the soft tissues the muscles and ligaments of your neck extend beyond their typical range of motion. Whiplash is thought of as a relatively mild condition, but it can cause long-term pain and discomfort. Whiplash occurs when the muscles in your neck suffer a strain because of a rapid movement backward and then forward. Symptoms usually appear within 24 hours after the incident that caused the whiplash. Sometimes, symptoms may develop after a few days.
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Frequent jaw-face pain in chronic Whiplash-Associated Disorders
If you feel a tightening in your neck and shoulders after a car accident or another incident that snaps your head forward or backward, you may wonder about whiplash. How do you know if you have it? And if you do, how long will the pain last?
Chronic Whiplash-Associated Disorders WAD present with frequent pain in the neck, head and shoulder regions but the presence of frequent jaw-face pain is unclear. The aim of the study was to investigate the frequency of jaw-face pain, pain in other regions, and general symptoms in chronic WAD patients. Fifty whiplash-patients and 50 healthy age- and sex-matched controls were examined by questionnaire for pain in the jaw-face, pain in other regions and other symptoms. The WAD patients also reported stiffness and numbness in the jaw-face region, and frequent general symptoms such as balance problems, stress and sleep disturbances. The result suggests that frequent pain in the jaw-face can be part of the spectrum of symptoms in chronic WAD.
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