Left Hand Bigger After Fracture?

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Previously, I had a broken bone in the left hand, about 1 ago, we have two bones, so both of my bones were broken, my previous treatment was only an alternative to a massage therapist, so now my bones are not connected normally, a bit crooked, and my hand is now small on the other side, so how do I make my left hand the same size as my normal right hand,,, please provide a solution

1 Answer:

Hi Rizky, thanks for the question for HealthReplies.com

If one year has passed since the fracture, then your bones are connected and some of the joints have become hard bones. In such cases, the way to fix it is to surgically disassemble the bone joint and reattach it at a suitable approximation.

In this case there is no medicine or other way that you can do to improve the condition of your bones other than bone surgery. We recommend that you consult again with an orthopedic specialist for further treatment in your case.

That's all the information from me, hopefully it's enough to answer

dr. Irna Cecilia

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