Dislocation For 7 Years?
Hello. I am 21 years old and still in college. I can’t bend my elbows full just form the angle of the elbows. “I fell from the motorbike about 7 years ago. Can it still be cured? If yes, can it be done without surgery? Now I am still trying the recovery” movement that is circulating on the internet as much as that demonstrated by physiotherapists. Please enlighten me
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Parts of the body that cannot be moved perfectly, can occur due to several causes, including the presence of a muscle injury that causes the pain to be moved, tearing of supporting structures such as ligaments and meniscus that makes no connection between the limbs, dislocation or position of the member wrong moves, and broken bones that are not handled properly.
Some of the conditions above can be cured and some are not. One that cannot be cured and that we are worried about happens to you is a fracture that does not blend perfectly. When the body has a broken bone, the bone can actually be fused and recovered by itself. But precisely because it can recover by itself, examination by a doctor becomes mandatory. Because if examined directly by a doctor, it will be known whether the broken bone remains straight or tilted position. If it is tilted and it is left, the bone will recover with italic condition, too. This can cause a lifelong disability when the bone has fully recovered, which, although the time period is different, it should be complete after 7 years.
Therefore, we strongly recommend that you check yourself with a bone doctor to find out your real problem. Your orthopedic doctor will do an x-ray or CT scan to find out what's happening behind your skin. The next treatment whether or not it will require surgery will depend on the results of this examination.
As for the recovery movement, we strongly discourage you from doing so without direct medical assistance. The problem is, not necessarily the conditions you experience are the same as those handled on the internet. Not necessarily you experience dislocation. Even if the problem is the same, not necessarily your movements are correct. There is no professional around you who can correct you if you make a wrong move or misinterpret the instructions listed. The concern is that it could even become that your condition is far worse and far more untreated than before.
Then back to the point, don't experiment with your body. Return everything to the doctor's examination. Meanwhile, if later the diagnosis or treatment is not according to your wishes, you can seek a second opinion at another doctor or reject the proposed treatment. That is your right. But at least you know first what really happened to you. So, hopefully answering your question.