The Cause Of The Toe Is Difficult To Move After Surgery Because Of A Fracture?
Morning, I want to ask. I am 27 years old, two months ago I had an accident, and the result of the X-ray I had a fractured bone in the knee of my left leg. And a Pasiotomy operation has been carried out, and PAN is not used. Just use the Gif. Because at the time of operation my two legs were still swollen, so they were not using PAN. Well, now it has been running for 2 months, my knees are still weak / like rocking when stepped on and also from my ankles to my toes I can’t bend my head up and feel numb. But if you press down, you can. That’s about how come ???
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Healing after a fractured knee can require varying time, depending on the severity of the crack, the treatment given, and the condition of the post-treatment suffering (for example, activity, nutritional intake, repetitive injury, etc.). To be free from complaints, it often takes 1 to 3 months, or even more.
Your condition that still feels weak, your knees are unstable, numb, and difficult to bend your fingers toward the top actually does not necessarily indicate a dangerous condition. It's possible, this is part of the normal healing process, it's just that, it takes time for you to be able to adapt well to it. Even so, in rare conditions, your condition may also indicate an abnormality, such as joint disorders, tendons, bones, nerves, and other components around it.
Better, if the complaint is really bothering you, check yourself back to the doctor or a specialist in orthopedic surgery so that you can observe further on how best to handle it. Some medications, physiotherapy, or maybe surgery can also be recommended by your doctor.
For now, we recommend that you:
Increase rest Avoid using cracked knees and legs for excessive activity. Keep passively moving the knees and legs to prevent muscle atrophy and stiffness. Don't carelessly massage or give treatment to your feet without consulting a doctor.