- Broken hip/s
- Skull fracture
- Broken arm/s, leg/s
- Nerve damage
- Variety of superficial wounds
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Spinal StabilizationAny type of trauma despite its severity can have the potential to interfere/disrupt spinal functions.
- Suffering a concussive hit to the head could cause damage to the cervical spine.
- Falling off a ladder could shift the vertebral discs.
- Hitting the knee on an object can cause a spinal misalignment from shifting the weight to the other leg for a day or two.
Nerve DamageOften, a lasting issue from multiple traumas is nerve damage. The severity can completely destroy nerve endings making it impossible to regain feeling or movement in certain areas of the body. The nerve damage can be regenerated if the impediment is rooted in the spine and is addressed in time. Correcting spinal discs that have shifted along with subluxations that can compress the nerves and interfere with signal communication can help restore the areas directly affected. Example: Broken arms or legs can lose sensations that can be regained by spinal realignment. There are arteries that follow the spinal pathway. When the spinal integrity is restored proper circulation/blood flow is achieved, which is essential in natural recovery.
Trauma Beyond the InjuryDeveloping the correct rehabilitation treatment plan could mean the difference in a speedy and healthy recovery. Chiropractic can be an integral part of the recovery process, especially for a body that has sustained severe musculoskeletal injuries. The spine is an extension of the central nervous system. This means that bringing relief to the spine can affect positive healing in the injured areas. The critical role of the spine in an individual’s rehabilitation and whole well-being is why no matter the extent of the trauma, we deliver relief.
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ReferencesKroupa, J. “K definici polytraumatu a polytraumatismu” [Definition of “polytrauma” and “polytraumatism”]. Acta chirurgiae orthopaedicae et traumatologiae Cechoslovaca vol. 57,4 (1990): 347-60.
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