Whiplash – Keeping up with the evidence

Incorporating proprioceptive training into whiplash rehabilitation. Proprioception is our ability to sense position, movement, special orientation, and acceleration of our body parts in space. This information is fed into the brain by several sensory systems: mechanorecptors within the neck musculature, visual input, and vestibular input. The proprioceptive input from the musculoskeletal system includes information from … Continue reading Whiplash – Keeping up with the evidence