The Recovery Period After Cracking In The Leg Shin?
I want to ask, I have done bone surgery on the shin in the leg, it has been 4 months after the surgery but it is not allowed to make it. If I tread my feet will it have any effect? Many people rebuke if they don’t make Napak porous and can be eaten or covered in bone meat, is that true? Explanation please. Thank you
Recovery after a fracture can certainly be different. Usually, after a fracture in the leg, patients are advised to use a cane and walk in certain ways, depending on the shape and type of fracture. Research on this subject is diverse. Setting foot can certainly cause a strain on the leg that is painful / broken, but the advantage is that the bone can be fixed at the place it should be. In certain types of fractures, it can be done with weight bearing or tapping / accepting the load faster, but there are also those that require more time. Usually it will be done in stages, starting from using a stick / not fully resting, then slowly increasing according to ability.
Healing fractures can be different, can be from several weeks, several months to more than one year depending on many factors. The factors include age, severity, place of fracture, shape of the fracture, treatment, treatment after treatment, and so forth. Your actions to the orthopedic doctor to treat the fractured bone are correct.
Your doctor is certainly more aware of the condition of your bones. Indeed, if not used continuously, muscles, bones and joints can weaken, but the bones are not eaten / covered in meat as you mentioned. Your doctor may suggest that you do physiotherapy to help strengthen your muscles, or you can discuss it if it's not already discussed. Your doctor will provide the best treatment according to your circumstances.
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