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Be part of a research study that aims to find out why some people develop chronic pain after a whiplash injury

At the University of Oxford, we are using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to see if inflammation of the nerves in the neck and arm is a cause of chronic pain in some patients with whiplash.

Neck pain after a traffic accident?

If you have suffered from a whiplash injury within the last month and are aged between 18 and 60, and would like to be part of this study, please contact Joel Fundaun at the University of Oxford.

Travel expenses will be paid.

Healthy volunteers needed

If you currently do not have neck or arm pain, and are aged between 18 and 60, and would like to be part of this study, please contact Joel Fundaun at the University of Oxford.

Travel expenses will be paid.

Contact

Email: joel.fundaun@ndcn.ox.ac.uk
Phone: 01865 234541, ext. 34541