Every day in the United States, there are more than 27,300 auto accidents on the road. Those numbers amount to a tremendous total of more than 10 million accidents every single year. And no one is safe. Even if you are a defense driver who obeys the speed limits and uses your turn signal, it doesn't mean everyone else on the road acts the same way. Believe it or not, data has shown that even the safest drivers are likely to experience at least 3-4 car wrecks during their lives. Fortunately, many of these accidents are minor and won't do anything except cause a little damage to your vehicle, and maybe a slight headache after dealing with your insurance company. When injuries occur, your back is more than likely going to be the injured body part. Your back is highly susceptible to damage from the physical force the occurs during a car accident. Because of this, back injuries are some of the most common injuries you are likely to experience after an accident. Even at speeds under and around 10mph, several factors cause back injuries to occur. In the article below, we will discuss the cause of pain after a car accident, and what you can do to treat them after your accident.