Trauma is a term used to describe physical injuries that lead to a physiological wound originating from an external source. Blows leading to these physiologic wounds are examples of a factor causing the trauma, while fractures can lead to trauma. These health conditions are on the top 10 causes of worldwide deaths, and that is according to World Health Organization. This then makes Trauma and Trauma induced conditions very deadly and can cause quite a scare if your loved one is suffering from this.
There are a lot of causes of trauma, which then affects a patient not only in the physical aspect, but also in the emotional and mental side. How the patient can be managed and treated depends on how severe the trauma is. One may even need counseling, such as the services done by York Region Psychological Services, to be able to cope up with the trauma experienced.
Very important and critical in knowing how severe the injury is, and how the said trauma can be managed will all depend on the initial assessment. It is then necessary to be thorough and clinical when doing this physical evaluation, and may even include using various imaging tools to be accurate in determining the injury and trauma and for an effective treatment to give to the patient, and for the client to also undergo counseling to get rid of those negative feelings.
Furthermore, the most basic yet crucial ingredient for a patient to fully recover from traumatic experiences is letting the patient experience safety and security. A client must be in a space place and should be treated and cared for by safe people. Safe people are what we call trained providers: nonjudgmental, empathic, and are willing to listen. This lets the client talk to this safe person about how traumatic his experience was, and upon doing this, is one big step to effectively recover. The trauma will then be escaped by the patient, and will then be able to start doing the things that one has done before the accident.