At night, my hand on the pinkie shifted up because I was playing basketball. So my little finger is in the middle of the bone up like that (like a rainbow in shape), so it happened when I was playing basketball, my friend threw the ball at me and it really hit it on the front of his pinkie. It really hurt so I gave thrombophop gel, and the pain went away a little after a few days and that was me while doing massage. The pain is gone but my bones are still shifting and it’s been almost a year and it’s still shifting but it doesn’t hurt. So, can it still be cured? By way of x-ray or can it be ordered by a serial engineer like that? Info please. Thank you
After experiencing trauma or impact to the finger, it has the potential to cause injury to the finger ranging from bruises, dislocations, to fractures.
Doing massage on the part of the body that has experienced trauma actually has the potential to cause further injury. So that medically it is not recommended to massage the area that is bruised or swollen.
From the situation you are experiencing, if it has been 1 year ago and currently your finger is still changing its shape, it may be that your finger bone has dislocated. Dislocation is a condition where the bones are shifting. Dislocations can cause deformities in the fingers, and can cause impaired function of the fingers. After 1 year, usually the pain is not felt.
If the condition of the deformity of your finger is due to a dislocation, it requires direct examination by an orthopedic specialist. Usually later additional examinations will be carried out such as an X-ray, or MRI if necessary.
In addition, the condition of your finger can be accompanied by tearing of the ligaments of the finger muscles, or accompanied by fractures. Bone dislocation can be overcome by repairing it by means of surgery. It is not recommended to massage your fingers.
here is an article that you can read about fractures
may be useful. Thank you