A proposed new classification system for whiplash associated disorders--implications for assessment and management.

@article{Sterling2004APN,
  title={A proposed new classification system for whiplash associated disorders--implications for assessment and management.},
  author={Michele Sterling},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  year={2004},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={60-70}
}
The development of chronic symptoms following whiplash injury is common and contributes substantially to costs associated with this condition. The currently used Quebec Task Force classification system of whiplash associated disorders is primarily based on the severity of signs and symptoms following injury and its usefulness has been questioned. Recent evidence is emerging that demonstrates differences in physical and psychological impairments between individuals who recover from the injury… CONTINUE READING

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