Whiplash is a common result of motor vehicle accidents. Individuals with whiplash are classified into one of four categories: WAD O-no pain or physical signs, WAD 1-individual complains of pain but there are no physical signs, WAD 2-individual complains of pain and there are physical signs such as loss of range, WAD 3-the above noted signs and symptoms including neurological signs such as weakness or decreased sensation, WAD 4-fracture or dislocation. Physiotherapy is effective in addressing whiplash by providing exercises to improve mobility and strength of the neck musculature. Therapy can also include hands-on techniques to improve mobility to the spine itself and pain management techniques such as interferential current, ultrasound and TENS. Massage therapy is also beneficial in management of whiplash to relax muscles that are now tense following the accident.