hyperextension : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  greater than normal extension

  • This "forces the spine into hyperextension and reduces the deformity.
News & Articles

  • Car Accident Safety: Adjusting Your Seat for Whiplash Prevention
    By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert Whiplash is likely to be sustained in a car accident mainly in part to the way seats are constructed and the commonality of rear-end car collisions. Whiplash is defined as a rapid snapping of a person’s head, resulting in the hyperextension of the neck. Muscles, tendons and [...]
    June 30, 2013 - Del Mar Times

  • LaDainian Tomlinson in USA Today
    It's nothing serious, just a hyperextension,Tomlinson said. "I think they've got me listed as questionable, but I'm pretty sure I'll be able to play. Obviously, I'm going to do all I can to practice. I don't want to miss any time to...
  • Scott Kazmir in National Post
    It felt like it just jammed a little bit, kind of like a hyperextension,Kazmir said. "It was just a little scary because I never felt it before."
  • Clay Buchholz in MLB.com
    Well, right when it happened, there was no pain at all. It felt like a hyperextension -- it would sort of give whenever I'd step on it. But no, I don't even feel that anymore,Buchholz said. "Most of the soreness is gone from the actual...

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