Fingers Cannot Bend After An Injury?
hello .. I want to ask ,, is it possible to restore the finger that has shifted from its axis to normal ??
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After a hard hit from a basker ball, damage to the finger can vary in severity. Some of the possibilities are:
Dislocation of finger joints Fractures ligament rupture Muscle ruptures Nerve clamps, etc. At first glance, when you see the complaints you convey, chances are what you experience is the first, namely that your finger joints have dislocated (shifted from their attachments). This condition, apart from causing the fingers to appear asymmetrical, can also lead to extreme pain, swelling, limitation of movement, and so on. If not treated properly, the body can also heal itself, including the formation of scar tissue or muscle atrophy which causes the fingers to become more immobile.
Depending on which condition you are experiencing at this time, this condition may or may not be curable after many years. However, with surgery, usually your complaints can still be resolved. Therefore, you try to have your condition checked directly to a doctor or orthopedic surgeon in order to get the best treatment.
Currently, you can first do the following tips:
Do not move excessively, massage or massage the affected finger. If there is still pain, you can first take paracetamol while compressing the finger with warm water. Avoid activities that can cause recurring injuries to the fingers.