Causes Stiff Toes When Moved?
I was 23 years old but I was affected by a disease of the leg nerves before his left for upward knee heck I like it light and can be moved but only the soles of his feet and fingers are still stiff, so what should I do?
Hello Andrinii, Thank you for the question.
Do you know for certain the medical condition you are experiencing or the doctor's diagnosis? Some medical conditions can cause symptoms that are similar to the description you convey. The handling of each condition will be different from one medical condition to another. The symptoms that you submit can be caused by:
hernia nucleus pulposus
Guillain Barre syndrome
To find out the most appropriate treatment, of course you must know exactly what medical condition you are experiencing. Therefore, the best step now is to consult a doctor directly. The doctor needs to ask about your symptoms, do a physical examination on you, and do other tests such as blood tests, CT scans, MRI, EMG, and others. After knowing the cause of the examination, the doctor will advise you on appropriate treatment. For home treatment, you can do physical therapy in stages, for example, starting with moving your toes and joints with the help of your hands and then continuing to move your fingers and ankles actively on your own. You can also do warm compresses on the part that feels stiff regularly.
Hopefully this information helps you.