Hands Hurt After Hitting The Wall?
My hand hurt in the knuckle after hitting the wall a few months ago. About 1-2 months ago, the middle and ring finger knuckles, but now it’s only the middle knuckle. What should I do? Is it broken?
After hitting the wall, injury to the hand may occur. Hand injuries vary depending on the severity of the hitting the wall or not. Some of the causes that can cause pain in the hands after hitting the wall include:
a tear in the tendon of the finger
The condition is quite common usually occurs muscle bruising. Muscle bruising often occurs after the hand has experienced certain trauma or impact. Muscle bruises can take a while to heal depending on the severity of the bruise. A sizeable bruise can take up to 1 month.
if your condition has not healed for 1-2 months, then it could be due to a tear in the tendon of the finger muscle. tenderness tears in the muscles of the day can cause lingering pain, and can cause pain when moving the finger. Torn tendons usually require surgery to repair them.
Therefore, it is recommended that you immediately go to an orthopedic specialist, so that the doctor can check your condition directly. thus later the doctor can provide the right therapy for you. maybe later x-rays will be performed if necessary.
You can do light massage on the painful area. regular cold compresses to the painful area. Do stretches on the sore fingers and hands. Apply a dressing on the painful area. Do not smoke.
Here's an article you can read about bruises
may be useful. thank you