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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Can an injury blow to the stomach cause an adhesion?

    Was injured at work where I was kicked in the stomach by a 3yr boy had extreme pain for three months after getting progressively worse over time. Unable to eat, walk or lift anything and had a 4mth size pregnant belly was operated on and a ahesion was removed. Could an injury like this cause the adhesion to form.
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    Kevin Shapiro

    Physiotherapist

    17 years experience in Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom in private practice. I specialize in the treatment of back and neck pain as … View Profile

    Yes, scar tissue can be produced which would reuire electrotherapy , ultrasound and shortwave physiotherapy to the affected area.

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