Hello Professionally Integrated,
Here is a paper where the authors looked at what areas cause pain in e lumbar spine AFTER a car crash. You can clearly see the pain is not diagnosed as "whiplash". By understanding where the pain generator is, we can get a specific diagnosis that can lead to a better treatment plan. Lets take a look at what the authors say. Be sure to educate your patients and document by quickly "copying" some of the info below.
"Study patients were those with CLBP (>3 months) explicitly due to a precipitating MVC, who had not . . .
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