The key role your nervous system plays in trauma recovery october 30 2014 o contributed by lisa danylchuk edm lmft e ryt goodtherapyorg topic expert. This is because the central nervous system has such limited capacity to repair itself after an injury whether the trauma results from a blow to the head or spine a lack of oxygen to the brain as in stroke or the invasion of healthy brain tissue by malignant cells. What is the nervous system the nervous system is a complex sophisticated system that regulates and coordinates body activities it is made up of two major divisions including the following central nervous system this consists of the brain and spinal cord peripheral nervous system this . J borzan ra meyer in encyclopedia of neuroscience 2009 nerve trauma nerve trauma can occur in the peripheral or the central nervous system peripheral lesions can be caused by nerve compression limb amputation or traumatic injuries and commonly result in dysesthesias paresthesias or chronic neuropathic pain. The central nervous system cns is the processing center for the nervous system it receives information from and sends information to the peripheral nervous system the two main organs of the cns are the brain and spinal cord the brain processes and interprets sensory information sent from the spinal cord
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