The Right Time To Work Again After A Groin Fracture Surgery?
My Doctor Wants To Ask My Peha Bones Broken, Entered the Planting Iron, My Age is 18, Now it’s been a year from the date of my operation to enter the iron, I have been allowed to work hard not Doctor plz I need an answer
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When a person has a broken bone, in an effort to cure it sometimes it is necessary to put iron into the body through a procedure called ORIF (Open Reduction Internal Fixation).
This procedure aims to ensure that both broken bones are in a parallel groove so that the healing process can go well and the bone can recover completely. If this procedure is not done when in fact it is needed, the bones may not connect or connect but in the wrong direction and cause prolonged disability and pain for life.
Regarding your question, there really isn't a definite time when you can do things. It all depends on the ability of each person's body to heal themselves and how severe the damage they experience. Furthermore, the type of heavy work in question must also be clarified. Whether in the form of lifting weights, or running a marathon, driving a car, long jump or so forth. Each activity puts a different burden on the body. But in your case, with a year gone by, the improvement should be significant enough and you should be able to do most of the activities you were able to do.
But again, we cannot guarantee because we do not fully know your condition. Our advice, go back to the doctor who used to treat you and ask how your condition has progressed so far and discuss what strenuous activities you want to do. So, hopefully answering your question.