Whiplash associated disorders wad is the term used to described injuries sustained as a result of sudden acceleration deceleration movements such as those associated with motor vehicle accidents the term wad is often used synonymously with the term whiplash however whiplash refers to the mechanism of injury rather than the presence of symptoms such as pain stiffness muscle spasm and headache in the absence of a lesion or structural pathology. Whiplash associated diseases provides a complete understanding of normal biomechanics a guide to help recognize abnormal function and the tools to assign appropriate. Whiplash associated disorders are common the duration of a disease has an effect on its reported incidence and prevalence for instance short duration diseases like the common cold tend to have a high annual incidence but low prevalence because people recover so quickly not many will have the condition at any one point in time on the other hand long duration diseases like diabetes
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