Overcoming Upper Arm Pain That Does Not Heal After A Motorcycle Accident?
Afternoon, I’m a 27-year-old woman.
Hello Deira, thank you for asking.
When an accident occurs, blunt trauma can occur (trauma due to blunt force collisions). The process of holding the body as you do, can also be included in the blunt trauma group. Trauma can cause:
Cracks or fractures in the collarbone, upper arm bone, or forearm bone. Tear or injury to tendons and ligaments in the muscles. Dislocation or displacement of the shoulder joint. Joint bleeding. Muscle injury. Nerve injury. Have you seen a doctor? Without going through a physical examination and supporting examination, it is impossible to know what interference you are experiencing. Check with your doctor first. Your doctor may need to take x-rays to look for abnormalities in the bones and joints. In the meantime, limit your shoulder and arm movements. Avoid driving a vehicle and lifting heavy loads. You can compress or apply pain medication, but do not take any medicine before you consult a doctor.
Hopefully you can find a solution soon. Regards.