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"I love to see my patient leave here happy...I've been a Chiropractor now for twenty-five years and have never grown tired of it. Each patient has specific needs and each patient is special to me.
My favorite part of what I do for a living is
making people happy and
healing people naturally."
~ Dr. Vanessa Vajdos, DC
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Watson Lane Chiropractic and Wellness
Dr. Vanessa Vajdos DC
6781 Farm to Market 1102
New Braunfels, TX 78132
Phone: (830) 632-5008
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Whiplash Related Symptoms & Conditions
Whiplash can manifest itself by a variety of varying symptoms such as:
Joint Dysfunction – What this means is that one of the joints in the spine or limbs may loose resiliency and joint play possibly leading to restricted range of motion with the resultant symptoms being pain. This can often heal with scar tissue. It is the difference of muscles feeling like soft taffy candy verses hard taffy candy.
Disc Herniation – An injury to the disc can occur, leading to small tears and cause parts of the disc to extrude through the outer core. If this extrusion touches a nerve, symptoms may include sharp shooting pain down the arm and leg and even numbness, tingling and muscle weakness.
Chronic Pain – Severe whiplash injuries may produce neck pain that are persistent and long-lasting.
Higher Center Dysfunction – In some instances whiplash may effect the patient’s mental functioning such as a foggy feeling and the inability to concentrate.
Dr. Vanessa Vajdos is certified by the Personal Injury Institute and is an Auto Injury Specialist.
If you’ve been in a car accident, DON'T HESITATE, call our office today. (830) 632-5008.
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What is Whiplash?
Whiplash is a term that describes injury to the neck that occurs as a result of a motor vehicle or car accident. The most common type of car accident is the rear impact, and most typically, the occupant in the vehicle that gets rear ended (hit from behind) is at the greatest risk of injury, including whiplash.