Hard Impact On The Knee With Hard Objects?
Good morning, 3 weeks ago I had an accident and my knee hit the tire of a tengki car that caused my bones to slide, and it was fixed with an alternative. Yesterday, I felt sick when using the road, huh? Do I have to see an orthopedic doctor?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what checks you previously had at the doctor? In addition to pain, are there other complaints that arise, such as swelling, stiffness, lumps, numbness, tingling, weakness, knees feel, and so on?
A hard collision in the knee with a hard object, such as a motor vehicle, is clearly at risk of causing considerable tissue damage, not only dislocating (shifting) a joint or bone, but can also cause ligament rupture, fracture or fracture, joint bleeding, nerve injury, tears muscles, and many other risks. These conditions can certainly cause pain of mild to severe intensity. This pain cannot specifically distinguish what is really like tissue damage that occurs in your knee. Therefore, it is necessary to do a direct inspection by a doctor regarding the condition of your knee and the surrounding tissue, even radiological examinations, such as x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and so on.
If you have undergone the above examinations, and it is stated by the doctor that you are not experiencing a serious condition, chances are you can be calmer. You can overcome the pain that appears by:
Compress ice cubes on your knees
Do not press let alone massage your knees carelessly
Take a break from the knee and the surrounding area that is painful from excessive activity, including walking or running, jumping, jumping or squatting
Wear comfortable clothes, don't use high heels
Take paracetamol to help reduce pain in the knee
However, if in fact you have never undergone a complete examination at the doctor, or if the steps above have not been able to alleviate your complaints, it's good to check back to your doctor or orthopedic doctor so that you are given the right treatment, right?
I hope this helps.