Overcoming Sore Hands After Hitting The Wall?
My hand hurt in the knuckle after hitting the wall a few months ago. About 1-2 months ago, the middle and ring finger knuckles, but now it’s only the middle knuckle. What should I do? Is it broken ?. But at that time I participated in Muaythai even though I was wearing a protective barrier but still hitting the target, did it affect, if now my hand is moved or to hit my own skin it doesn’t hurt.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Any part of the hand or bone that hurts after hitting or hitting a hard object can be caused by a number of things, including:
Fracture or fracture in the bone
Inflammation of joints or bones
Injury to muscles, tendons, or other structures connected to bones
To find out this, you should really have your hand checked by a doctor so that you can do a physical examination and support such as X-rays so that if there are cracks, it can be detected. Even if 1-2 months have passed, even if there are fractures, the healing process has started. Another possibility is that at that time it was indeed broken, and the fracture was not very neat, so that during current healing, the bone remains untidy and causes persistent pain. However, you should still check with an orthopedic specialist to get further treatment and certainty.
Meanwhile, you should compress your hands with a warm compress to improve blood circulation in the area, take over-the-counter pain medications by reading the instructions listed, avoid using the painful part for strenuous activities, and consume more protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk. , yogurt, cheese, chicken breast and seafood to speed healing. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa