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marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury

something that jars the mind or emotions

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"Cumulative Trauma and PTSD in American Indian Communities." Ethnocultural Aspects of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Issues, Research, and Clinical Applications.
A number of states include reference to repetitive injury or cumulative trauma syndrome under the definition of occupational disease.
The study also proposed to investigate whether the relationship between maltreatment and locus of control is due more to attachment or cumulative trauma, expressed by the age of the participants.
Integrating common factors and transdiagnostic protocols is important for emerging CBT models focused on continuous and cumulative trauma.
Before commencing our analysis, we highlight the fact that cumulative trauma must be a primary consideration in the preparation of any MST claim, whether by the survivor himself or herself or by an MST first-responder in DoD or the civilian community.
Cumulative trauma disorders: their recognition and ergonomics measures to avoid them.
However, one thing is clear: overuse and resultant cumulative trauma is significantly related to injuries and increased down time, particularly when dancers persist in movement activity in the presence of pain and inflammation.
Dayton, a psychologist, trainer in psychodrama, creative arts therapist, and teacher, offers a guide for adult children of alcoholics (AcoAs) to understanding the cumulative trauma that addiction or dysfunction can create in their lives, to the extent in which suppressed pain from childhood reemerges and is experienced and lived out in adulthood.
For example, in the National Comorbidity Survey, childhood physical abuse significantly predicted psychosis, and cumulative trauma exposure was found to increase the likelihood of psychosis in a dose-response fashion--a finding that was replicated in subsequent studies.
Some experts theorize that OA may be related to cumulative trauma to a joint that results in joint degradation.
These data were aggregated into two variables: (1) knowledge of trauma and (2) knowledge of cumulative trauma. Knowledge of trauma is a count of how many "yes"/"no" responses POs provided to these questions.
California is among the minority of states that formally recognize cumulative trauma as a basis for a workers' compensation claim.
In the 1970s, cumulative trauma disorders of the wrist and hand attracted the attention of industrial unions, safety professionals and occupational doctors.
Overtime these micro traumas shape into cumulative trauma," says Dr Som Tugnait, fitness expert and former world bench press champion.
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