Adhesions can be considered in two ways: cell adhesions and unnatural adhesions caused by external stimuli. Cell adhesions are complimentary connections naturally found in the human body. Cells are destined to interact with their [...]
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Healing refers to the restoration of damaged or diseases part of the body. Wound healing is an intricate process of repair after injury. Skin is a protective barrier against the external harms. When this barrier [...]
Trauma refers to external physical harm to the body. Severity of trauma depends on the nature and source of injury and part of the body affected. Trauma can be classified on the basis of cause, [...]
Adhesions develop when two bodily structures come across and connect to each other while normally they are not attached. The causes of adhesion development include surgery, trauma, radiations, abdominal or pelvic infections and sometimes congenital [...]
Regardless of our age, body aches and pains, are constantly affecting us. And often when you experience these pains, they can be a harrowing experience. Neck pain is among the most common body aches that [...]
Pain is the consequence of tissue injury and is the most common health complaint of millions of people. Generally, pain resolves once the injury heals. Unfortunately, there are some people who experience pain even without [...]
What is non-specific lower back pain? Non-specific lower back pain is among the most prevalent non-communicable diseases that continue to affect numerous people worldwide. It is estimated that 8 in 10 people suffer from bouts [...]
Suffering from body pains and aches? You’re not alone. About 80% of Americans will report pain on certain body parts at least once in their lifetime. In fact, back and neck pain are among the [...]
Chronic pain is a curse that proves to have a tremendous impact on the quality of life of its sufferers. Over the years, man has explored myriad of ways and strategies to treat this bane. [...]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends the use of physical therapy and other non-medication modalities in the treatment of chronic pain. The use of non-invasive and non-medication based treatments are considered safer [...]