Treatment Of Accidental Wounds On The Feet To Heal Quickly?
Afternoon doctor, on the 20th of yesterday I had a motorcycle accident. Foot injuries have been given treatment from the hospital. Until now the foot is still not healed, slightly swollen, stiff, especially on the toe, and can not walk. Even legs that can’t be worn when walking are thin. What can be done to speed up the process of healing the wound in the foot so that it can function normally?
Injuries due to physical trauma can cause damage to various affected tissues. The length of time for wound healing and treatment can vary depending on how severe the damage is and the type of damage that occurs. If wound healing takes a long time and the affected part cannot be functioned then this can cause muscle atrophy.
In addition to muscle atrophy because it is not used, muscle shrinkage can also be caused by damage to the tendons or nerves. Total tendon damage (disconnection) that is not treated will cause permanent paralysis, so medical intervention such as surgical procedures or surgery (repair of the tendon) is needed.
Because each condition can require different treatment, you should consult directly with the doctor who treats you about your current condition and complaints so that you really understand your healing process. Ask your doctor what treatment steps you can take for your condition so that you can determine the treatment that suits your needs.
Here are a few suggestions regarding your complaint:
Eat healthy nutritious foods
Perform treatment and control according to doctor's orders
Take calcium supplements if necessary
May be useful,