Published on Locomotor system.

The most common amputations in the human body are the amputation of limbs and extremities of the locomotor system. These include the amputation of arms, forearms, hands, hands fingers, legs, thighs, feet and toes. Since this is the locomotor system, the patient’s major tension is a sense of undervaluation. The person who feels undervalued is a person who has a low self-image. It is a person who is easily influenced by the opinion of others. It is a person with a low self-esteem. The amputation is the result of a very traumatic tension that the person experienced and could not verbalize or did not know how to verbalize.

It always consists of a separation process “de facto”. As a result of his inflexibility and devaluation, the person was separated from something or someone. It could be the Father, the Mother, the place where he lived, his house, or his home. The amputation may be caused by an illness or an accident. Whatever the cause, the amputation is always associated with a separation and a sense of undervaluation. If you study the part of the body that was amputated, you will understand what tension the person suffered and with whom in particular. If the amputation resulted from an accident, see Accidents. Leprosy (fear of separation), for example, were almost always the victims of amputation.

If there is amputation of an organ, see the section on that organ.

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