The Shoulder Often Feels Drawn And Aches In The History Of An Accident 4 Years Ago?
Excuse me doctor, still continuing the story of my accident in 2014 ago, I have done Rongten (at that time) and that only has my ankle, I fell to the right, well after a matter of months, I began to feel anomalies, shoulder (near the shoulder blade) ) My right side feels like a sticky, tense and aching, and the breath sometimes feels heavy, especially when I am jigging and stabbing, but after I stretch until it sounds (clove) I feel better, while the MRI results prove that I can’t nothing, just I didn’t do a double check about my bhu (shoulder blade), could this possibly have been caused by an accident? The solution is that I feel bad since I have been in an accident. R nThank you, Dr.
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Injury or trauma that has been running for a long time accompanied by memory loss gives the possibility that the injury suffered enough to cause interference with the nervous system, memory, and the motion system and the patient's body. Collision with right-sided ankle trauma that causes fractured bones in the right ankle may also have implications for trauma to the right side of the body, such as trauma to the abdomen, arms, shoulders or waist of the patient. So the trauma evaluation must be done by the treating doctor or surgeon who treats the patient. Thus, complications from trauma can be identified and can be treated immediately with a physical examination and investigations needed.
In connection with the question that you submit, even if this complaint has passed 4 years or more, sometimes the residual symptoms of past trauma are still felt. As described above, the risk of trauma to the right side of the body can have trauma to other parts of the body on the same side, so the complaints that you feel on your shoulder since a few months after the trauma until now may be related to a history of trauma.
If the results of the doctor's examination show that there are no significant problems other than problems with your ankle, then the complaint on your shoulder that you feel may be caused by muscle trauma and your shoulder muscle stiffness. Thus, you should start regularly stretching regularly on your shoulders and limbs. Exercises and stretches like you did before will help relax stiff or tense muscles. If needed, you can also consult with a medical rehabilitation doctor at a large hospital in your city, a medical rehabilitation doctor will evaluate the results of a history of trauma 4 years ago. In addition, the current physical and radiological examination is expected to be able to find out your current shoulder condition, so your doctor can plan rehabilitation treatments that are appropriate for you.
For now, limit standing and sitting activities that are too long to reduce your complaints, and compress with warm water on the shoulder area after you move.
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