The Leg Joints Feel Stiff After Removing The Pen?
Good afternoon .. about 3 months ago I was in an accident and my right foot ankle was moved and it was installed and installed but now it has been removed … my ankle joints can move again not because now it’s really stiff and can’t be moved
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When someone has an accident, there are various kinds of conditions that can occur. Starting from the light such as muscles that are pulled or tense, until the limb structure is torn, broken, shifted or broken. How the person's recovery condition will depend on how severe the damage suffered to the body and how quickly and how well the handling it receives.
Basically, if the condition only shifts, the repositioning should have been done or also known as repositioning where the repositioning has been held with the pen in your foot all this time. Your feet still feel stiff and can not be moved, this can be because so far the feet have never been moved flexibly, which causes inflammation and reduction in joint fluid that makes it difficult for you to move. But for sure, it must be seen how the results of x-rays or CT scans of your feet, because the most important thing is to know the structure in your feet.
So our advice for you now is to go back again to the advice of your doctor, whether he said it was permissible or not, can be moved immediately or must wait, or must go through therapy first. This is important because only your doctor, who knows exactly the injury you are experiencing and who knows your progress during this time can best answer your question.
Meanwhile, if it is still difficult to move, don't force it, but still try to train it little by little. Be patient is the key, and don't be in a hurry so as not to further aggravate the conditions that you are experiencing now. So, hopefully answering your question.