ok, I had an accident one year ago and my hand hurts. At that time I was only taken to a nerve massage, but still having complaints after I took an X-ray it turned out that my shoulder joint was bruised. And the doctor said that it couldn’t be recovered even after surgery, is that true? So what is the healing step?
There are complaints that you convey, the condition of past injuries to the joints that you convey may be caused by inflammation of the joints and or inflammation of the joint ligaments. The presence of trauma is most likely to cause excessive tension and tension in the ligaments and muscles around the joint, this can occur with inflammation in the joint or not, but the connective tissue around the joint has complications from this trauma.
Thus, to confirm this injury, it is necessary to determine the effect of the trauma on the related organs, in this case whether it includes the shoulder joint/bone, or the surrounding ligaments and muscles.
To be sure, a direct examination by an orthopedic doctor is required, supported by a follow-up examination in the form of a blood test, X-ray, or an MRI/CT scan. The results of the examination will be used as a reference for its management.
If there is a deformity or abnormality in the bone, the treatment will be different if only inflammation is found in the ligaments and or muscles.
If the inflammation process in the ligament is mild to moderate, then medical care and treatment will be given according to the results of the examination obtained. However, if inflammation of the ligament is causing the tear, then surgery may be planned. And all of this depends on the results of the examination and the orthopedic surgeon who treats you.
That's the information we can convey, also read the ligament sprain.