The Right Hand Cannot Be Moved Up And The Arm Muscles Are Tense After Falling From The Stairs?
I want to ask, about 3 weeks ago I fell down the stairs and caused my right hand could not be moved upward and the arm muscles felt tense and could not move my fingers and I had brought it to a neurologist but there was no change. did I experience dislocation shoulder and how to handle it? thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition you are experiencing is likely to occur due to a disturbance in the structure of certain limbs, it could be because there is a bone shift, broken bones, injury to the nerves, etc. that can specifically affect the various structures of related organs.
But to ensure this is indeed not possible if it is not examined directly, and the most appropriate doctor to examine it is actually a bone doctor. With a doctor examined by a bone, can be done to check whether there is interference with the components of your limbs, usually by passively moving your hands to see whether there is limited motion, and followed by investigations such as x-rays, or CT scans to see the condition behind the skin. If all this is normal, then you are advised to go to a neurologist. So that in your current condition, it can be said that it is natural if your neurologist does not make any changes because if there is a disturbance in his bones, that is not the competence of your neurologist.
Therefore, we recommend that you try to consult a bone doctor to do all these examinations and determine the best treatment. Tell also that you were treated by a neurologist but did not improve. Meanwhile, limit physical activity, do not force your hands to move if you can't, multiply the consumption of high-protein nutrients such as milk, cheese, yogurt, chicken breast, tempeh and beef, and immediately check yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.