Left Shoulder Fracture?
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As a medical professional, I certainly do not recommend doing massage therapy for the treatment of fractures. There are various types of bone fractures and their severity. Therapy for fractures needs to be tailored to both of these as well as the location of the fractured bone. For example, if the fracture is only a fracture in the bone, it is likely that no special surgery is needed and only a bandage or cast is needed to prevent movement or mobilization of the bone, while in unstable fractures (split fractures), surgical therapy for insertion of pens will be required (ORIF - Open). reduction and internal fixation). Fractures that penetrate the skin, fractures in several parts, or fractures that cause blood vessel and nerve disorders will definitely require surgical treatment. Performing massage therapy on these conditions can lead to more severe complications.
To determine whether the bone has returned to its initial position, of course it cannot be done just from seeing or feeling it, but an X-ray of the bone is needed again. You should consult an orthopedic doctor for further examination and management to avoid the possibility of more severe fracture complications.
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