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Childhood Sexual Abuse And Physical Injury

November 15th, 2006 Leave a comment Go to comments

Trying to get the British Medical establishment to deal with the reality that longstanding childhood sexual abuse (CSA) causes physical injuries has been an uphill battle. I am not sure why. I have ascribed this in the past to the denial that is rife in British society today. These articles are from medical and alternative sources that support my claim. Of course, like almost everything else on the subject, they are not from Britain:

The Limping Child is a scholarly medical article about what causes a child to limp. Child abuse is listed as one of the frequent causes of trauma based limping.
Paul Linden writes on bodywork with Sexual Child Abuse survivors focussing on physical patterns including those related to dissociation and re-learning control of the body.

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