How Long Is The Recovery Period For The Shifting Bone?
My doctor, I want to ask how long it will take to recover the displaced bone in the joint of the upper arm? And what food should I eat so that the recovery process is short, sir? Thanks.
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Bone that has shifted out of place should be a joint that is not in place (dislocation) or a torn fracture (called an avulsion fracture). To be sure, an examination from a doctor is needed. The doctor will ask about the history of the disorder (whether after a fall, accident, sports injury, etc.), the mechanism, previous medical history, and will be carried out with supporting examinations such as x-rays. Treatment will be given according to the cause and severity. In principle, therapy for shifting bones is to prevent further shifting, prevent other structures from being hit, and to return the bone to its proper position. This can be done by immobilization (holding the position of the bone so that it does not shift), reduction (returning the position to its original position), surgery, to rehabilitation. You should immediately consult an orthopedic specialist about this, especially if you experience other symptoms such as very pain, swelling, immobilization, and tingling sensations.
The healing process depends on many factors, such as age, severity, the type of action chosen (whether with surgery or without surgery), the location of the affected limb, the presence of complicating factors (for example, there are certain diseases such as diabetes, infections, neurological disorders, disorders. bleeding). No food is challenged in this. Eating enough nutritious food, getting enough rest, regular control to the doctor according to his recommendations, not lifting or doing strenuous activities, and resting the painful part, are the keys to the speed of healing. In addition, if you feel pain, you can take paracetamol. Don't massage the sore area, as this can make the situation worse.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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