8 Ways to Heal Trauma (Physical) without Medication — Dr. Berg

At the heart of physical trauma, you’re dealing with inflammation. Discover 8 ways to help reduce physical trauma by addressing inflammation.

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0:00 Introduction: Inflammation and physical trauma
1:15 Cancer and inflammation
2:10 What is inflammation?
4:19 Eight ways to address physical trauma

In this video, we’re going to talk about eight ways to improve physical trauma. Inflammation is part of the body’s healing response. You can't heal without inflammation. Inflammation is only a problem when it becomes chronic.

Inflammation is the most potent carcinogen. Anything that involves chronic inflammation increases your risk for cancer.

When trying to resolve physical trauma, you want to fix the chronic inflammatory state. Let’s take a look at eight ways to improve physical trauma.

1. Isolate and eliminate the problem
Find out if a food or habit is causing your problem. The carnivore diet or the keto diet can help eliminate issues caused by certain foods.

2. Contrast therapy
Alternate between hot and cold therapy. Try a sauna, cold therapy, or hot and cold showers. This increases circulation in the lymphatic system and improves inflammation at the cellular level.

3. Exercise
One of the most potent things for chronic inflammation is exercise. When you have an injured body part, there is a lack of motion in that area. Putting your body into motion may help reduce inflammation.

4. Stretching
Stretching can help you sleep, improve joint health and motion, and improve posture. It can also break up scar tissue that’s causing inflammation.

5. Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, B3, polyphenols, methylene blue
High levels of vitamin D can help remodel tissues in the body. Vitamin B3, omega-3 fatty acids, and polyphenols may help reduce inflammation. Methylene blue is one of the first synthetic medications. It can help reduce inflammation at the cellular level and helps to support the mitochondria.

6. Opposite technique
Apply pressure on the opposite side of the body as your pain or trauma.

7. Fasting
Fasting is a surprising way to reduce inflammation in the body.

8. Shockwave therapy
This unique therapy is painless and helps target scar tissue and inflammation.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 59, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients, so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose, and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! Try these tips to help with the side effects of physical trauma. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon

  • @tiffanybrown2211 says:

    Thank God for your knowledge! Keep this information coming. 🙏🏽

  • @sharonfrattarola8854 says:

    Had a breast injury when a child. Required several stitches. Dr told my parent, I would have issues with this breast as I got older. In my early 60’s have stage 1 breast cancer—- in the very same spot of trauma

    • @carolbaughan8768 says:

      Lucky you caught it early. I had Br. Cancer after terrible fall and breast and facial damage. Chemo is the worst thing ever. Stage one you’re home free. It’s quite an adjustment. Be strong.❤

    • @luckydog3315 says:

      I have 2 friends with similar stories

    • @kitdriscoll1288 says:

      Eliminate sugar and carbs. Research the carnivore diet and how it is helping many people fight and overcome cancer. Also, topical DMSO+apricot seeds.
      Praying, too! 🙏

    • @MindGymMeditations says:

      Somatic excercises help release stored trauma from the body. I was shocked not more professionals spoke of this along my journey

    • @user-yi8de1dw7b says:

      Where can you go to get shock wave therapy?

  • @retrendnature5963 says:

    One of the greatest blessing on earth is dr Eric Berg❤

  • @kari2570 says:

    Still working on step 1. Habits and addictions are very hard to break. Intermittent fasting really helps, the cravings don’t start until I start eating food, so if I only start eating around 6pm, I don’t have to suffer a whole day of craving sugar. 😀

    • @barefootreba says:

      That’s so true!

    • @revedesorciere says:

      It takes time but after a while sugar cravings go away. Good luck on your health journey

    • @user-mx5vr5ce7m says:

      How old are you?

    • @kari2570 says:

      @@user-mx5vr5ce7m 38, I’m not overweight at all, but as I’m getting older my metabolism/activity is slowing down and I’m starting to get belly fat. I’ve also had a family member die from cancer, so I want to take preventative measures against that.

  • @kelleennordquist5697 says:

    I honestly can’t live without your videos! I’ve been a sharing fool, on my menopause page. Thank you so very, very much! I’ve been drinking cabbage (organic from the garden, and celery juice for 6 wks now on the daily and my arthritis is about 98% gone. It’s literally a miracle. BTW – Do you even age? Wow! Ive been binge watching and you, DON’T AGE. That’s the Dr to follow.

    • @BeautifulButterfly88 says:

      I’m with you on that. Since stumbling upon Dr Bergs videos, his channel is my go to place for health and diet advice. He’s great!

    • @brenda1177 says:

      Following this Dr. Helped me sooo much during the plandemic… and a few others, but Dr. Berg has been my favorite

  • @healthycarnivore says:

    Mitochondrial dysfunction is key in most cancers as well.

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      @@angelaraj8692$500 cured 20 years of symptoms in 30 seconds. Dr. David Gaskin at the Republic Pain Specialists in College Station (Bryan) Texas saved my life.

  • @mwilliams369 says:

    Amazing video, Dr Berg! This is so informative and helpful. I’ve had a couple of bad injuries on my right ankle and foot as a kid due to skateboarding and it was precisely hot/cold therapy alongside with physiotherapy that helped me recover successfully. I’ve also been watching your videos on how to get rid of low back and neck pain working on exercises featured based on the principle of opposites and they work! I’m so grateful for everything you do. Thank you so much ❤🎉

  • @mwilliams369 says:

    Fascinating content as always, Dr Berg. Thanks ❤ 👍🏻

  • @macm7730 says:

    This is so awesome… Dr Berg is amazing and people are complaining about he is not a doctor haha! He is more than just a doctor so definitely this people are jealous of him! Constipated minds

  • @lilypureheart5936 says:

    Your videos are so helpful!
    I appreciate your honesty in not knowing everything and the willingness to continue researching and learning.

  • @MindGymMeditations says:

    Somatic exercises were life changing for me. They release both physical and emotional trauma from the body.

  • @HealthandLongevity98 says:

    Wishing anyone who reads this message good luck, peace and health

  • @MJPerformance88 says:

    You prove life without trauma; I did not know how to say that, but I am totally okay.

  • @a.williams10 says:

    Wonderful video with fascinating content, Dr Berg. I’ve had a couple of ankle injuries which healed successfully with hot & cold therapy, physio exercises and a herbal beverage I was given prepared by a lovely lady when I was younger. I also remember my mum treating an awful conjunctivitis I had as a kid using methylene blue. Your videos on working with opposite sides truly work and I’m so thankful for all your helpful advice. You’re a wonderful professional. Thank you 🙏🏻💜

  • @khw64r says:

    This therapy sounds like an EMPF unit. I tried to get my chiropractor to get one as he was in the pain relieving biz. I went to the Riordan clinic in Wichita, Ks in severe pain and walked out pain free. It is amazing.

    • @psynurse says:

      Not the same type of device however. The shockwaves are produced within the handheld wand by moving a metal pellet/cylinder back and forth with variable speed/intensity using either magnetic coil or air/pneumatic. When the pellet impacts distal portion of wand it causes mechanical wave front that penetrates the skin. Depth, size of wave

  • @ZS89908 says:

    the graphics really help for visual learners 👌

  • @whale_talk says:

    Sir, you are God sent.

  • @ricktalaska2755 says:

    Mrs. Berg must be ONE happy lady and Dr Berg will go down in the books as one of the GREATEST DOCTORS ever!

  • @dsebring says:

    Hey Dr. Berg. I’ve been following you for years now and just wanted to say thank you for saving my life.

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