The Hand Still Feels Pain After A Massage After Suffering An Injury?
I want to ask, I’m a 17-year-old teenager, I’m a junior soccer player, yesterday when I died I fell with the support of my left hand, after that it hurt my wrists and palms, then I massage at the masseuse, thank God my wrists were relaxed, but how come the pain in the palm has not healed yet huh? Please tips for handling it, I don’t want to burden parents from my hobby 🙏
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain in the limbs after an accident, fall, bump, hit or other, can occur due to various things, such as fractures, fractured bones, muscle injuries, nerve injuries, inflammation of bones and joints, and tears or injuries to supporting structures such as ligaments, meniscus and tendons.
But unfortunately, often we can not know the difference from these injuries from the outside, which is why, X-rays or CT scans are usually done when there is a tendency to fracture or bone shift. Because if there is, this condition must be treated and further examination to be able to make it function again. In cases of broken bones that are not tidied up, the person can even be permanently deformed if the broken bone is later connected incorrectly.
So in your case, even though we understand that you don't want to make it difficult for your parents, you still need to know the limits of when you really need your parents' help and when you have to try to be independent. There will be times when you are truly independent both in nature and financially and not complicate your parents, but for now, you cannot deny that you are still dependent on them. And this condition is one of the conditions where you have to ask for their help to at least take you to a general practitioner to be seen directly, whether there is a tendency for the disease to be more severe than just inflammation.
If you don't need an x-ray, and it's fine, it's your right not to take medication given by a doctor, for example with the aim of frugality. At home you can help recover your hands by compressing cold, taking over-the-counter pain medication, and consuming protein-rich foods such as milk, eggs, cheese, yogurt, tempeh, tofu, beef, chicken breast and seafood. So, hopefully answering your question.