How Do You Deal With Out Shoulder Shoulder Bone (shoulder Dislocation)?
Good evening, I want to ask, I have the left shoulder bone of my left hand, I have gone to the hospital, until my hospitates are pulled and finished pulling me to hold my hand for a week, after that may be removed, it turns out after one week I take my hands off I make the motion work continuously can not stop and it feels very painful on the shoulder, r nwhat effects will be affected by my hand and how is the solution ?? r n r n THANK YOU
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The term shoulder bone coming out you are referring to may refer to shoulder dislocation. This condition usually occurs due to injury around the shoulder, or it could be due to a weak joint capsule ligament. This dislocation can occur forward (anterior dislocation) or back (posterior dislocation). This dislocation of the shoulder joint can make the sufferer experience pain, swelling, bruising, difficulty in moving the shoulder, and annoying sounds appear when the shoulder is moved. As a result of dislocation, the arm will also rotate out and feel weak or weak when moved. Diagosis of this condition can be confirmed not only through physical examination, but also radiological, such as x-rays or CT scans.
Handling of dislocation of the shoulder joint can be done by reducing the dislocated joint (returning the joint to its original place). This action is usually done under anesthesia so that patients do not feel extreme pain. Next, the doctor will evaluate the reduction effort by re-radiological examination. After that, a special sling or brace will be installed to fix the reduction results so that the recovery is more optimal. Then, depending on the soft tissue damage caused by dislocation, the doctor can also operate.
Depending on the type and severity of the dislocation, the healing time of dislocation of the shoulder joint can vary, but generally ranges from 4 to 6 weeks. In this recovery period, you will be advised to limit excessive activity first, but do not also do not move at all to prevent muscle stiffness. Your doctor may also refer you to a physiotherapist for efforts to improve your range of motion and restore muscle strength so that you can resume your normal activities later in life.
Excessive movement when the dislocated shoulder joint is not healed optimally can cause more serious tissue injury. This condition can certainly also affect the length of the healing period. That's why you may feel extreme pain in your shoulder.
We recommend that you stop your activities that are at risk of causing repeated injuries to the shoulder and check yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon who treated you before. Your doctor needs to do a more in-depth examination regarding your current shoulder condition. Handling as to what needs to be done next will be adjusted to the condition of your shoulders, it can be sufficient by administering pain medication, immobilization, surgery, and so on.
So that pain is reduced, now you can first compress the shoulder pain with ice cubes. You can also apply pain relievers, such as those containing paracetamol, before seeing a doctor. Always wear comfortable clothes, don't be too tight, and can accommodate your daily movements and activities.
Hope this helps ...