Everyone at some point in their life has experienced trauma.
The word trauma would certainly invoke different emotions and experiences from different people. Some people have, in their life experienced natural disasters, wars, car wrecks, serious illnesses, and many more situations that are not common to everyday living.
Trauma can be described as any experience or situation that is physically or emotionally painful. A trauma has the potential to overwhelm a person’s ability to cope. Trauma can be classified on the basis of cause, modality, location, and activity. Trauma is a serious injury or shock to the body that could come in various forms as an accident, injury, or violence. It could be an emotional wound that produces lasting damage to the psychological development of a person. It could also be an event or situation that causes a great deal of distress or disruption in a person’s life with long lasting impacts.
Trauma that produces external physical harm can be the result of a variety of actual injuries to the body. The severity of the trauma depends on the nature and source of injury and part of the body affected. A trauma to the body will end up with scars, adhesions, inflammation, soft tissue injury, broken bones, and wounds.
Scar: A scar is a fibrous tissue that results from the natural healing process after the injury. The process of scarring replaces normal skin tissue with a kind of protein called collagen and connective tissue. All injuries to the body result in scarring. Scars may be hypertrophic, atrophic, keloid, and may result in the form of stretch marks.
Adhesion: An adhesion is a fibrous band that abnormally connects two surfaces of the body together, that should not be connected, and is often a result from an external injury to the body or from a surgery. Adhesions can restrict normal movements, affect the posture, and disturb the normal function of body organs.
Inflammation: Inflammation is a protective response of the body to eliminate the initial injury and to discard the damaged parts. It presents as pain, swelling, redness, heat and loss of function of the affected part of the body. Inflammation is two types: acute and chronic. Acute inflammation may end up with resolution, fibrosis, abscess formation and chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation leads to tissue destruction.
Soft Tissue Injury: It refers to the injury to soft tissues like muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Such injuries usually result from sprain, strain, or overuse of a part of the body and result in pain, swelling, and reduced function.
Broken bones: Severe and shear trauma results in broken bones.
Wounds: An injury to living tissue.
Any time the body has to heal itself from any of these issues the body lays down scar tissue to repair itself. The scars and adhesions formed during the healing process of any trauma inflicted to the body may have a long lasting negative affect to the quality of life.
Consider over a lifetime, the amount of trauma that a person goes through
( bumps, falls, bicycle or car wrecks, sickness, internal inflammation, cuts, broken bones, puncture wounds, etc.) If these adhesions that form inside the joints, around the muscles and bones attach to structures it is easy to see how the posture and musculature of the body can be affected.
It is easy to summarize that traumas add up to the overall demise of the human body with lasting affects that produce chronic pain.
ALL of these traumas should be treated with the Dolphin Neurostim! The basic Scar Release Protocol can reverse the bio electrical and chemical processes that happen during trauma.