Prolonged Burning Sensation Around The Body And Legs In People With Spinal Cord Injuries?
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Spinal cord injury is the occurrence of spinal cord damage due to trauma / injury or nontrauma of the spine that causes impaired motor function, sensory, or vegetative function such as urinary disorders, defecation, or sexual function candy or temporary. The symptoms that arise from this SCI depend on the weight, location of the damage that occurred, and the speed of initial treatment after the trauma. Symptoms of motor symptoms that can occur in the form of paralysis or impaired movement and function of muscles, while sensory disorders that occur can be in the form of loss of touch sensation, pain sensation, temperature sensation or sensation in certain areas according to the area that is innervated. It also can cause disruption in the functioning of daily activities, such as eating, going to the toilet, personal hygiene, dressing, and others. Complaints of heat that arises in you could be caused by impaired sensory function due to nerve damage that occurs. To be sure, especially if the complaint is disturbing, you should consult a neurologist, the doctor will conduct question and answer, direct examination, such as general examination, examination of nerve function, and additional examinations if needed. Handling will be adjusted to the weight and condition of the damage. After the trauma is treated, the doctor will probably suggest a rehabilitation program, the aim of which is to maximize the bodily functions that still exist and be able to be independent through exercises in carrying out daily activities. This functional capacity improvement is usually carried out for up to 6 months, if within that period there is no change then the possibility of disability will be permanent. Permanent disability requires a longer and more intensive training program so that it can maximize functional abilities and help someone adapt, be independent and have a productive life. Other treatments that may be recommended by a doctor are treatment with a nutritionist and psychologist. We recommend that you eat a balanced nutritious food, adequate fluid needs, adequate rest, do physical activities according to ability, routine control to the doctor and do rehabilitation according to doctor's recommendations.
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