Can Bent Bones After A Fracture Be Normal?
I broke my right hand when I was 16 years old and went to alternative medicine…after 3 months my hand is not the same as my left hand and wrist movement is limited..if I want to straighten my hand by surgery can I connect and back straight….thank you…please input
Hello Ken Barok, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Fractures / fractures have different severity. There are fractures fractured, partially, completely broken, to damage the surrounding tissue. Handling of these fractures should indeed be left to an orthopedic doctor or bone specialist, because he-he is the one who has expertise in assessing the severity of fractures and providing therapy according to the severity of the fracture. Some people have broken bones that do not need surgery, but there are also those who need surgery so that the bone grafting process can run properly and in accordance with the shape it should be.
For bent bones after a fracture, you should immediately consult an orthopedic doctor. The orthopedic doctor will examine and assess the severity, take X-rays, and estimate the possibility of recovery. If there are indications for surgery, the chances of success are high, and there are no contraindications (things that make an action not possible), then the doctor will suggest surgery, or other therapies will be offered if surgery is not possible.
Here is a link about fractures, which can be read for additional information.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia