Arthur Croft has been actively involved in whiplash research for the past
16 years and developed the internationally adopted whiplash grading system,
otherwise known as the Quebec Task Force Grading System. Dr. Croft is
the director of the Spine Research Institute in San Diego, California
and has headed numerous RAND research projects.
Dr. Croft authored the bestselling textbook Whiplash Injuries: the
Cervical Acceleration/Deceleration Syndrome; co-authored Whiplash
and Temporomandibular Disorders: an Interdisciplinary Approach to Case
Management; and has written several other books, textbook chapters,
an Emmy-nominated video, and software/multimedia titles. Dr. Croft has
also written over 200 professional papers and has served as a regular
columnist for Dynamic Chiropractic since 1992.
Dr. Croft serves on the journal editorial boards of several professional
organizations, including the Society of Automotive Engineers and the National
Institute of Health. Dr. Croft is a certified accident reconstructionist
and is finishing his masters in public health from Loma Linda University.