Proper Auto Headrest Positioning

Many auto related injuries can be prevented with the proper positioning of your car seat headrest. Most headrests are positioned too low causing the head and neck to be jerked too far back in sudden stops or rear-end collisions.


The top of the headrest should be level with the top of your head. If your headrest is too low, raise it to the proper height. The back of your head should be no more than 4 inches from the headrest.

Play it safe! Make sure your headrest is in the correct position.

For more information, call Dr. Brad Lee at 596-8090. Contact us


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