Neck Pain (including Whiplash Injury)

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UK sources of information and / or support

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Patient UK

Has information leaflets on:

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Whiplash info from the AA

Useful information from the AA about whiplash, and ways to help prevent it (correct use of head rests, etc).

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Percutaneous Endoscopic Laser Cervical Discectomy

A patient guide to complement the NICE guideline of the same name for health professionals.

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Cervical Spondylosis

Information from NHS Choices - the government's patient information portal.

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Neck Pain

Information from Arthritis Research UK.

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Neck Pain

Information from the British Brain and Spine Foundation.

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Neck Pain

Information from the Pain Relief Foundation.

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Whiplash

Information from NHS Choices - the government's patient information portal.

Some useful related commercial sites

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National Accident Helpline

Provides information to people seeking compensation for injuries resulting from accidents, such as whiplash. The Helpline has a network of over 300 solicitors' offices offering specialist personal injury legal advice and assistance with compensation claims.


Further sources / more detailed information

Some non-UK sites

The following list popular non-UK health information sites with content aimed at the general public. They are mainly from the US. They have not been checked to see if information about the above topic is included but these large sites are comprehensive.

More detailed medical information

The following list online sources of more detailed medical information, mainly from the UK. These sites are mainly aimed at health professionals, but are of interest to all. They have not been checked to see if information about the above topic is included, but information about most medical topics can usually be found.

Author:
Dr Tim Kenny
Document ID:
7590 (v9)
Last Checked:
24 January 2012

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