• Tennis elbow is pain on the outside of your elbow (unlike golfer’s elbow – which is pain on the inside of your elbow). The pain may have a sharp quality right over the bone and sometimes a diffuse pain into the muscles. It is most common in 35 to 55 year olds and commonly last for 6 months up to 2 years if left untreated.


  • Whiplash is defined as neck pain, usually as the result of a car crash, in which your head is suddenly jolted backwards and forwards in a whip-like movement. In whiplash, sprains and strains occur in soft tissue, such as discs, muscles, and ligaments.