THE STAGES OF WOUND HEALING
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© August 2021, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
II. THE SIX STAGES OF WOUND HEALING
Healing of soft tissue injuries and most wounds occurs in six stages. This is basic information about how the body heals most wounds.
II. THE SIX STAGES
1. Opening up. It is necessary to open up the area in order for the souls to work there. This stage can be painful. The pain is meant to cause a person to rest and not to use the area with the wound or injury.
2. Wound repair. This stage can go on for a few weeks or longer. Materials are brought in for healing and certain equipment is also brought in to assist the healing process.
3. Wound repair, but deeper. This is similar to the previous stage except that the healing is done at a deeper level.
4. Granulation tissue. A type of tissue is laid down in the entire wound area. It is called granulation tissue because it has a granulated appearance under a microscope.
Granulation tissue is not too functional. It mainly is a placeholder and a source of nutrients and equipment that the souls use to facilitate complete healing of a wound or injury.
5. Replacement. In this stage, granulation tissue is replaced with the real chemicals that will be used for complete healing.
6. Scab Formation. This is the final stage. The granulation tissue dries out and forms a scab or covering. Underneath, the body forms new skin and everything else needed to heal the wound. This is a rather slow stage that can take up to a few weeks to a few months.
Don’t pick off the scab. It will slowly dry out and then fall off, leaving new, pink skin.
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