Dr. Rhodes was selected to monitor the use of the Rhodes Device in a research study put together by Shands Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.

This study was created to evaluate the effect of rapid starts or stops on the neck and spine (whiplash type accidents). Shands Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida is one of the southeast's foremost trauma hospitals and by using the Rhodes Procedure on MRI's of 1,000 emergency room accident patients the study team is able to measure and observe results. The procedure and the study is non-invasive and poses no health risks to any of the volunteers.

Dr. Rhodes is also involved in the follow-up treatment program for patients who have received whiplash injuries and suffer pain for more than 4 weeks afterwards.


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