Following an accident, the neck is the most commonly injured area which contributes to Whiplash syndrome.
The low back or lumbar spine is a frequent area of concern after an accident.
The shoulder and especially the rotator cuff tendons are vulnerable during motor vehicle collisions.
The knees and hips can also be injured during accidents and it is important to document any leg symptoms.
When gripping the steering wheel or during airbag deployments in car accidents, the hands are easily injured.
During an accident, the foot and ankle joints and ligaments are at risk of injury and can lead to significant pain.