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Domestic Violence Injuries And Wounds
A wound is when there is loss of tissue from external causes such as a knife wound gunshot wound or bite wound. Ulcers occur from internal causes venous ulcer, stomach ulcer, pressure ulcer. Injury refers to conditions that affects the tissues of our bodies in a detrimental fashion. Injuries need not cause skin breaks to cause damage tot he tissues. Wounds are injuries, not ...Read more
If been exposed to trauma such as car accidents, homicide, loss of partner , assault, would volunteering in ambulance work help with recovery please?
Thoughts with regard to applying darwinian medicine (e.G., no nsaids) to minor injuries (sprains, contusions, and broken fings./toes)?
Do they use hyperbaric oxygen therapy at veterans hospitals for the vets that have traumatic brain injuries?
Critical care accide: There are numerous potential injuries but some common critical injuries include the following: - traumatic brain injury which could lead to brain damage, coma or death. - damage to the aorta leading to massive bleeding - pelvic fracture with internal bleeding and damage to the urinary tract system - facial and airway damage leading to respiration problems - fractured ribs and lung damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Domestic abuse and violence are frequent partners of ptsd, and can induce it also. Children who suffer emotional, physical, and sexual abuse are often also exposed to domestic violence in their parents. They can easily end up later with partners who repeat the abuse. Getting treatment for the ptsd helps bring these issues into awareness, so that more appropriate self-protection can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Therapy: Trauma from child sexual abuse frequently affects many parts of daily life unless it is treated. Talking to someone trained in dealing with this type of abuse can stop it from being so powerful and allow it to become part of your past instead of living with its effects daily. Fighting the effects is probably a large part of your depression. It is exhausting. ...Read more
The usual first: responders are ER docs, but from there it varies. General injuries can be handled by a GP but if there are specific genito-urinary trauma(s), an OB-GYN might be good. A rape exam is a good idea if the woman can handle it, to gather evidence for future legal proceedings. After the shorter-term medical treatments, consider a psychologist or psychiatrist. Rape creates huge psychological stres ...Read more
Could getting hit in the face causing a fractured facial bone and concussion count as tbi (traumatic brain injury) for military enlistment purposes?
PTSD flashbacks: Psychotherapy with emdr (eye movement desensitization & reprocessing) can be very helpful for these flashbacks. http://www.emdr.com/general-information/what-is-emdr.html this is done in the context of an ongoing therapeutic relationship to help you work through and release the painful aspects of what has happened to you. History can't be changed, but your future can. Good luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do societal problems like abortion, divorce, ban of child discipline and others contribute to violence in the nation?
After a childhood of sexual abuse, bullying and parental neglect, how can someone as an adult bring themselves to trust again?
Therapy: With someone who is trained in working with victims of abuse and neglect. You also want to find someone that you can feel somewhat comfortable with. You can find a local psychologist here: locator.Apa.Org ask about special experience in working with survivors of trauma and neglect. Be well. ...Read more
Violence is described by the World Health Organization as the use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, that either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological ...Read more
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