Thank you Dr. Grubbs and Wallace for keeping me alive they will give referrals. If your site is racial or hateful please don’t follow mine, thanks! I was told cutting the spinal cord will not guarantee a decrease in spasms and pain but a horrible increase in bowel and bladder problems Hello! Do they have a procedure to stretch your tendons and muscles so I can straighten my legs out. I have extreme spasms that draw my legs up and have been that way for a long time. Does the procedure have a good success rate and what are the side effects, if any? Ty firstname.lastname@example.org
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Following a spinal cord injury, the nerve cells below the level of injury become disconnected from the brain at the level of injury. This is due to scar tissue which forms in the structure of the damaged area of the spinal cord, blocking messages from below the level of injury reaching
the brain. Spasticity does not occur immediately following a spinal cord injury.
Research has shown that your level of injury and how you were injured can have an impact on whether you have pain. Individuals with low levels of injury tend to have more pain than those with higher levels of injury. Individuals who are injured by gunshot have more pain than persons with SCI caused by other factors.
Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage. In general, people can experience acute and chronic pain. Most people experience acute pain when they have a disease or injury to the body. It usually begins suddenly and acts as a danger signal telling you that something is wrong and that you need help. This acute pain can be severe or mild, but it usually goes away as the body heals. Chronic pain is like acute pain in that it can start suddenly. However, chronic pain differs because it can build up over time and continue long after the body heals.
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