In the immediate and distant state of an auto accident, you may be able to tamper with your lifestyle range with physical illnesses whose symptoms are acute and somewhat debilitating, but whose exact underlying causes are mysterious.
Reaching the heart of your ailments seems more impossible, as your recurring discomfort occurs throughout your body, especially in your neck / head area. Also, your moments of intense pain come and go awkwardly or stay with you constantly, a muted discomfort that flares up intermittently. Occasionally, you may find yourself inexplicably bedridden and / or lethargic, irritable and palpitating.
You can’t put a finger on the source of your problem and unfortunately, neither can your doctor. The battery results of your latest tests say there is nothing wrong with you. But you know better.
You may be diagnosed with a musculoskeletal injury in the percentage of approximately 50+ million Americans with thyroid conditions. Underperforming or misdiagnosing thyroid, a more common condition than widely believed, adversely affects your metabolism, energy levels, mood, immune system, brain function and can exacerbate your overall physical aches and pains. Musculoskeletal pain in general and sore throat in particular are both symptoms And Causes of thyroid issues. Here’s how.
Inevitably, trauma to your throat can affect your thyroid and it can later open you up to a wide variety of physical ailments. Your affected thyroid then becomes a tool for more physical pain relief. In short, musculoskeletal trauma causes pain in the body and disrupts the thyroid – leading to more muscular pain. Thus the weak cycle goes on.
Research some years ago found an association between auto accident and trauma from thyroid injury and hypothyroidism. Drivers who have survived vehicle accidents have had thyroid gland injuries caused by an accident years later, resulting in long-term problems after bone healing. In the interim, the subjects experienced visceral pain, which did not seem to go anywhere. Worse, when their doctors performed thyroid tests, the results returned to normal. The doctor and the patient were harmed. As a result, the doctor prescribes the patient only pain med. Meds only exacerbate pain, never get to the main point. This is because treating traumatic injuries without evaluating the opposite effect of trauma on the thyroid will not eliminate the pain. Patients who have years of pain meds and various therapies alone have targeted their physical trauma, they may potentially relieve themselves of the pain indefinitely, as the underlying cause is a microscopic, diagnosed thyroid issue, blocked by early trauma.
Fortunately, these scenarios do not have to be the case. Rely on pain meds and other prescriptions that only consider blanket symptoms and never the underlying problem. The first step towards finding out what is really wrong and paying attention to it may be to find and pass a new set of tests and evaluations.
The need to address chronic pain issues is to give more value to the prevailing medical knowledge, without limiting a person to simple diagnostic = prescription medication. Doctors with this mindset have dedicated themselves to rooting out the causes of chronic pain in the hope of keeping acute pain victims armed with preventive measures.
To get to the root of the problem one needs to ask many questions and know the patient and their medical history. One of the keys is to use a questionnaire that assesses the hormonal system, immune system, digestive system and overall metabolic systems. Considering what information is collected from the diagnostic process, the doctor allows you to determine the appropriate series of diagnostic tests at the heart of the pain that occurs.
Treatment is often chosen to take into account the delicate balance of neurological and metabolic factors in chronic pain. Because thyroid problems are always caused by a metabolic / neurological ratio that is slightly different from the proportion of any patient, the approach of choice aims at this in a specific and holistic way. This is what sets the approach I suggest to eliminate musculoskeletal pain apart from other experts.
Chiropractic doctors do not use any type of medication and do not perform surgery. The key is distinguishing the specific balance between the thyroid and the whole body, finding out what it is and improving it. Not easier said than done. The main advantage of this is that you are in complete control of your abilities and do not always have to suffer from foggy pain.
Some standout therapies that are useful for relieving overall musculoskeletal pain include:
- Chiropractic structural adjustment Which focuses on the relationship of the nervous system and the spinal cord and the nervous system to each other and the relationship between the nervous system and all other functions of the body.
- Wave-Hole Body Advanced Vibration Exercise: Based on techniques used by cosmonauts to prevent bone mineral loss after space exploration, whole body vibration (WBV) is equivalent to safely contracting thousands of muscles per minute. Benefits include increased metabolism (thyroid), improved flexibility and bone density, and a reduction in chronic pain.
- Cold laser therapy (Low Level Laser Therapy or LLLT): LLLT therapy is an FDA-clear treatment that has been shown to reduce pain and inflammation, speed therapy and more. Through the specific frequency of the laser and the direction of the infrared light in the body, this painless treatment can speed up the healing process and increase blood circulation. LPLT has been shown clinically to help with carpal tunnel syndrome, peripheral neuropathy, RSDS, fibromyalgia and other painful conditions.
Be encouraged and know that you have options and hope when there is constant pain after an auto toe accident. Your victory over your health challenge is at hand. Take the first step toward improved health today.