there is a man with a neck brace while a doctor shows him x-ray pictures

On behalf of Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr. posted in Motorcycle Accidents on Sunday, July 23, 2017.

California motorcyclists like you hear plenty about wearing helmets to protect your head and brain. But what about your neck? This area is also prone to damage, and damage to the neck can impact your quality of life to mild, moderate, or severe degrees depending on the type of accident you get into and the injury you face. Motorcycle Daily advocates always protecting your neck while riding and states that there's a new way to do so which has been embraced by the motorcycle community. They state that head and body injuries are generally pretty well-covered in the scope of damage prevention, or damage limitation at the very least. Since most motorcyclists understand that accidents are inevitable and work to mitigate the damage that might occur rather than trying to eradicate the potential of getting into an accident in the first place, it makes sense to wonder why neck protection is not up to par. Fortunately, there are ways that you can keep your neck protected. The new hit sweeping the community is a specific brace, the Leatt Brace, designed especially for motorcyclists. Wearing braces while riding will lower the risk of whiplash, making up many reported neck injuries. Whiplash is more than just inconvenient; it can cause permanently tweaked nerves and long-lasting pain. Simply put, neck support and protection is the absolute best thing you can do for yourself if you're trying to avoid neck damage or injury. While the possibility of whiplash still exists, the amount of damage done could be significantly lowered if you're wearing the right gear.

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