Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Severe Whiplash Stress Cue

 Here is a case of severe whiplash reflected on the feet. Everyone around her in this class was urging here to relax. But she could not and her toes are always this way. 

The next pair of feet I saw I asked if she had severe whiplash. She had. 

Kevin Kunz
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1 comment:

Jodie Jenkins said...

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