How Long Is The Recovery Period For The Knee Dislocation?
Hello Adlan, thank you for asking.
Injury to the knee can affect the bones, cartilage, joints, or muscle ligaments. Generally injuries are caused due to physical activity, both sports and work. Injuries can also be caused by trauma such as accidents. Various injuries to the knee include:
meniscus tears. Meniscus which serves as a cushion so that there is not too much friction in the femur or calf bone. Can occur due to worn joints because it is often used or in the elderly. ligament injury. Ligaments are structures that bind muscles to bones. Ligament irritation or ligament tears can occur. bursitis. Irritation or infection in the fluid-filled sac of the knee joint that serves to reduce friction. knee bone injury. Can be cracked or broken. Tearing of the ligamentous structure or meniscus is sometimes difficult to ascertain with X-rays. You should consult with a sports doctor so that further tests can be done, such as MRI. The swelling that is felt is long enough, so there may still be a problem with the knee. Don't delay the examination too long, because a knee injury that is not handled properly, will generally cause repeated injuries so that your daily activities or exercise are disrupted. You can try warm compresses at the injured location, at least 3-4 times a day. Use bebat if necessary so that knee mobilization can be limited. Avoid sports activities that require jumping, running, or turning, until the injury is handled properly. Hopefully this answer can help you. Regards.