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2. Partial Loss of Neck Control

Over time, neck pain from whiplash can cause neck control issues. This happens when the victim stops trying to make neck movements to avoid the pain that comes with them. As a result, sufferers will often rely on other body parts to make up for this impairment. Those that have this symptom will also have big problems when trying to focus on a book or anything else that requires you to bow your neck.

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