Shoulders, Arms, Hands Can Not Be Moved?
want to ask..
After an accident, various conditions can occur, such as fractures, connective tissue tears, bone dislocations. From what you experience, if you couldn't move your hands 1 month ago, maybe it could be due to a tear in the connective tissue of the shoulder area. Tears of the connective tissue / ligament can render the hand immobilized, or it can cause deformation of the affected joint area. But usually, if there is a tear of the connective tissue it will cause symptoms immediately after the tear occurs.
In addition, being unable to move your hands 1 month after the accident, it may also be due to nerve damage, compartment syndrome, or bone dislocation.
To ensure the symptoms you are experiencing, you should check with an orthopedic specialist again, so that the doctor can carry out further tests. Maybe later examinations will be carried out such as repeat CT scans, X-rays.
It is recommended that you do not do massage, because it can actually damage the tissue and bones. Do not take any drugs, yes, because it can worsen your situation. If there is a tear in the connective tissue, then this requires surgery.
Here's an article that you can read about Sprains
may be useful. Thank you