Recovery Period Of Left Arm Fracture Without Surgery?
Mlm. I want to ask. I have an accident in 3 weeks. I broke my left hand. I dare to continue the operation to be brought to a bone specialist massage therapist in my village. And I was given a gibs …. first my hands were very swollen but thank God now it’s deflated. what I want to ask is how long does it take to heal it. continued after being deflated, even the broken bones often sounded ngelu when touched or tense it was normal g I’m afraid soale. thank you
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A fracture is a condition when a bone is unable to resist the force that pushes it, so that it splits into two or more parts. This condition can only be diagnosed correctly through X-ray examination, CT scan or MRI because humans cannot see what is behind human skin. Therefore we actually do not recommend massage as a treatment for people with broken bones.
This is because there are many conditions that can occur after a fracture. If the arrangement is incorrect, bone grafting can occur but it is not neat. This untidy connection is feared to cause persistent pain and even disability. If massaged, it is not even impossible that the broken bone can be more severe, shifted and lead to infection and inflammation. For this reason, the orthopedic doctor will usually do a supporting examination before deciding what treatment is best for someone.
In your case, actually for the bones to recover as before it takes months, depending on the severity of the fracture. And in the beginning, it's still natural to feel pain. However, because your initial treatment is not by a doctor, we recommend that you check yourself at the bone doctor so that it is clear how your bones are now. Meanwhile, avoid doing heavy work on the hands in question, consumption of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.