Trembling And Aching In The Legs Often After Dislocation?
hello, when in 2016 at the age of 15 years I had fallen, my legs were dislocated, the day when I fell I was immediately taken to a chiropractor to correct my knee position, I could not walk for only a week, but after that my legs were very aching and often trembled until now, about what solutions can I do, should I get physiotherapy? u003cbr u003thank you
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Dislocation is a condition of injury to the joints that causes bones to shift from the normal position and cause deformity / deformity from normal conditions. Dislocations can occur in all joints in the human body, such as shoulder joints, knee joints, finger joints, hip joints, and ankle joints.
Dislocations can be caused by several possible causes, including severe injuries and trauma to the joint area, during exercise, traffic accidents, falls or slip, heredity and age (in old age and children). The condition of joint dislocation can be monitored from symptoms that appear such as swelling in the joint area, deformity in the joint area, red or blackened joints, pain during movement involving the joint, tingling or numbness in the area around the joint.
It is advisable to consult a doctor or orthopedic doctor regarding further examination and management. Anamnesis needs to be done about the fall mechanism that you experience, physical examination, especially in areas experiencing dislocation and trauma, supporting examinations such as imaging to ensure the condition of the dislocation and the condition of fractures. It is recommended not to do alternative treatments such as to a chiropractor for treatment.
Avoid doing activities that are too heavy first, exercise that is too heavy, lifting heavy loads, can do cold compresses if it hurts, avoid taking self-medication without doctor's instructions, avoid doing sequencing or other treatment first.
Hopefully this information can help you,