Playing Golf With Broken Bones?
at afternoonrnI was arrested at the age of 29, when I was 4 I suffered a fracture in my left hand at the jointrnThe pen has been removed, thank God until now there has been no problem with my left handrnWhat I want to ask , may I now play golf?rnThank you for your attention
Golf is one of the most popular sports done globally and can be one of one's sport choices. While golf can be a lot of fun, it's not a sport without risks.
Several cases of golf-related stress fractures have been reported. The incidence of injuries due to golf is reported to reach 15 injuries from 100 people who do golf. Fractures or injuries to golfers are most likely related to the asymmetrical loading of the body from swinging the golf club.
Due to the above, you should consult directly with a doctor first before doing activities that are classified as risky to prevent possible health problems in the future. In order to get the appropriate treatment I suggest that you consult an orthopedic specialist.
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