Neck and back sore? You might have a soft tissue injury.
If you have been involved in an auto accident, the chances are you may suffer some discomfort and pain in your neck and back. If you don’t have a severe injury, then what is most likely is that you have what they call a ” soft tissue injury “. Essentially, the physics involved with two vehicles colliding is what has caused this. Inertia, you know? A soft tissue injury is hard to detect with conventional medical equipment. X-rays will not show a muscle sprain or strain. This is the problem with a soft tissue injury, it is hard to document. So, if you have a one, then what is the pain and suffering worth?