Description

Chronic pain often equates to stress both of which can make our daily lives miserable, and can lead to significantly impaired physical health and high societal costs. For some time now, chronic pain has been difficult to diagnose and treat for many health care professionals. When the millions of physical scars produced annually throughout North America are combined with the day-to-day accumulated patient traumas, the data represents a significant pre-existing pool of stress and pain patients within the general population. It may help to explain the causation of symptoms for millions of chronic pain sufferers.

Scars are the mark of injury to the skin.  They can be external or internal, depending on the cause of the wound.  Scar tissue has a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue, and it is generally less flexible than the surrounding skin.

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