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Dr. Kenneth Tepper answered:

What is the treatment for traumatic elbow dislocation?

Reduction

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You need to be seen emergently and have the elbow relocated or reduced. Anesthesia/sedation is generally required to relax the muscles to allow for the joint to be reduced. You may require a period of immobilization.
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Dr. Jeff Jacobs answered:

What is the treatment for post traumatic stress disorder?

Therapy and meds

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The primary optimal treatment for PTSD is psychotherapy (talk-therapy), often trauma focused psychotherapy, and/or EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). Medications may also be helpful in reducing overall anxiety, panic attacks, flashbacks, co-occurring depression, and for normalizing sleep patterns. Co-occurring substance abuse is common and requires its own treatment, if present.
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What is the treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder?

PTSD treatment

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be very complex, and may need multiple types of treatment. A thorough psychiatric evaluation is the best way to start, to understand some of the precipitating events and ongoing triggers. Psychotherapy with EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) can help move through and release painful emotion. Medications are sometimes needed, not always.
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Which treatment works the best and fastest for traumatic nerve injury?

SCENAR

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Good nutritional support (omega 3 supplement high in DHA), and SCENAR treatment are two good starts. SCENAR is a microcurrent biofeedback device that needs to be used by a certified and experienced practitioner, but can be particularly helpful. It's similar to a TENS unit, but much more effective.
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What is a better treatment therapy or medicine for post traumatic stress disorder?

Psychological thera

Psychological therapy & support but sertraline will help
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What is the best treatment to improve the executive function of the brain, to effectively articulate thoughts; after a traumatic brain injury?

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Pharmacological approaches include Ritalin, Nuvigil, Adderall, modafanil, to enhance alertness and attention, but other approaches include rehab programs of speech therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapies, and even biofeedback. Although there is little benefit for the memory enhancing agents used in Alzheimer's, and occasional pt may be helped by galantamine.
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Dr. Troy Reyna answered:

traumatic pyogenic granuloma at corner of mouth..still bleening after 3 weeks after treatment by dermatologist, what kind of dr should I go to?

Surgeon

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if you are an adult see a general surgeon. if this is your child, see a pediatric surgeon. simple excision should set it straight.
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traumatic pyogenic granuloma at corner of mouth..still bleening after 3 weeks after treatment by dermatologist, what kind of dr should I go to?

Granuloma treatment

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Most dermatologists can deal with this and you should return for a check up. If you are reluctant to do this, you could see a dental surgeon or plastic surgeon for evaluation and retreatment if needed.
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Is alternative treatment safe or will it cause more harm than benefit? I am a 90% rated disabled vet due to a traumatic brain injury i recieved in the military which led to seizures, cluster headaches, and a miserable quality of living on high dose narcot

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First off, I would like to thank you for your service to our Country. I can't tell you if the benefits from medical marijuana outweigh the risks in your particular case There can be very significant deterimental effects from marijuana. I would like to suggest another option, which is now available at some VA medical centers-. Medical acupuncture. This is performed by a physician. So many of our wounded warriors are obtunded by massive use of opiates to control their pain. There life can literally revolve around physical and emotional pain and it's treatment. Medical acupuncture is safe, effective and pretty non-invasive. It is now being used at military treatment facilities as well as in the battlefield. There are protocols for traumatic brain injuries, headache pain, post traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, ringing in the ears, loss of balance and more. I am using acupuncture at the military treatment facility that I work at. It provides hope and a real vehicle for recovery. God Bless.
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Dr. Ajay K. Gupta answered:

Is corneal transplant the right treatment for me I suffered a traumatic work accident earlier this year and have scarring of the cornea. My vision is a little blurry. I don't think it is severe enough and my eye doctor did not mention anything about corne

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A corneal transplant is a procedure that should be performed only when indicated. A corneal transplant would be indicated when the procedure can be presumed to provide a significant benefit, the risks exceed the benefits, and other less risky measures to improve vision have failed. In your case, a transplant may have a significant benefit. But all procedures include risks and benefits. Risks of a corneal transplant include vision loss, graft failure, graft rejection, among others. Additionally, a corneal transplant requires extensive post-op care and follow-up. The decision to proceed with a corneal transplant requires careful deliberation after a discussion with your eye doctor.
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