It's not in fun, only relieving pain. "John Dryden Pain Relief is one of the main goals of physiotherapy. And, it's a perfect target because most people are seeking medical help after experiencing some form of discomfort. Physiotherapy is likewise no exception.
PAIN Pain comes from Latin poena which means pain. The International Pain Study Association (IASP) describes pain as "an uncomfortable sensory and emotional sensation associated with, or defined as, actual or potential damage to the tissue." This definition clearly shows that pain is associated with an emotional aspect. The defition also focuses on the protective function of pain as it can occur even in the presence of possible tissue damage, thus serving as an indication that part of the body or entire body is in some sort of distress.
Pain can arise in two broad categories: Traumatological Pathological TRAUMATOLOGICAL This pain is the result of some type of trauma. This may include: damage caused by external injury, such as pain caused by fracture or pain following soft tissue injury Micro-trauma or recurrent stress / strain injury, such as lateral epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), knee joint osteoarthritis, etc.
PATHOLOGICAL Pain is due to some cause that underlies the disease.
Pathological mechanism may also be classified as: inflammatory (rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis) or non-inflammatory (cancerous growth, hysterical pain) Infectious (chikungunya pain, tuberculosis pain) or non-infectious (PIVD cervical or lumbar radiculopathy) Regional (cystic ganglion, regionally complex pain syndrome) or systemic (gout arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis) congenital (chestra).
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