Understand How Plasmolifting and Traumatology Can Make Your Life Better?

Injuries and excessive physical activity can lead to damage to joints, tendons, and muscle fibers. The introduction of prepared auto-plasma into the affected area facilitates the restoration of the locomotor system, and the return of the motor properties of the joints. Plasmolifting in traumatology makes it possible to accelerate rehabilitation after injuries and surgical interventions.

1. What is Plasmolifting?

Plasmolifting is a modern treatment method that restores your beauty with your own blood and has additional uses beyond cosmetics, like wound healing, including diabetic foot, burn treatment, scar reduction, and treating joint degeneration, injuries, and pain.

What is the Process of Plasmolifting?

This non-surgical treatment encourages the body to use its own natural processes to tighten the skin, regenerate or heal tissue. Plasma is separated in a sterile environment and applied to selected areas of the body by our experienced physician. This plasma helps rebuild collagen and elastin and boosts the natural regeneration process within the injured area. Plasmolifting, these days, is largely used for treating bone, tendon, muscle, and cartilage diseases.

Advantages of Plasmolifting

  • Instantly effective, enjoy tighter, firmer skin
  • Relatively pain-free
  • Quick procedure; usually take about 60 minutes
  • Cost-effective, with long-lasting results

At Health Kinesiology, we regularly work with chronic pain patients who have a history of trauma. If you are currently dealing with pain with no known origin, our mental health treatment center can help. Before scheduling an assessment, let’s break down what trauma is, how it affects people, and its link to pain.

2. What is Trauma? 

Trauma is an emotional response to an unforgettable event, such as an accident, assault, or natural disaster. Along life’s journey, these events could replay in the mind, causing sadness, stress, or anxiety. This could be an important sign that an individual is suffering from trauma.

Some events that can cause trauma include:

  • Physical or sexual assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Emotional or physical neglect or abuse
  • Taking part in military combat
  • Living through war or a natural disaster
  • Illness or injury

Professionals who study and treat persons who have been going to extremely stressful and traumatic events around the world come under traumatology. The National Institute of Mental Health states that approximately 7% to 8% of people develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their lives. Our experienced team in the “Traumatology-Dealing with Pain” department in Orassy guides you through the different types of pain.

Can Pain be Caused by Trauma?

Yes, chronic pain can emerge without physical injury. It can also be caused by stress and trauma. Trauma causes the nervous system to be overstimulated. Pain impacts the person’s quality of life. Each person experiences and tolerates pain in different ways.

What Techniques can be Used to Manage Pain? 

Fortunately, for people who want relief from pain, the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) that we provide at our “Traumatology-Dealing with Pain” unit in Orassy is one of the most efficient ways to reduce pain symptoms without the use of drugs. Acupuncture has also grown in popularity.

Can We Treat Trauma and Pain at the Same Time?

Years ago, trauma and pain would have been treated separately, but now treating both simultaneously is the best approach.The most commonly used treatments that provide great results for chronic pain patients with underlying trauma are psychotherapy-based, science-based, and lifestyle-based.

If you’re dealing with pain, injury, or stress, call Health Kinesiology and book your free consultation.

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