Will The Uneven Joints Due To Alternative Medicine Be Strong And How Is The Medical Treatment?
Salamkum, Stlah 10 weeks The condition of a broken leg on the new alternative seems to exist for bones that are uneven, whether it can be strong support the body, can be treated medically. Back. Mks
Hello Aruji, thank you for asking.
Fracture healing depends on many things, including; type of fracture, location of the fracture, type of broken bone, how many bones were broken, broken open or closed, and a person's general condition. Your statement is incomplete, so we have difficulty giving targeted advice. You should complete information such as:
Which leg has a broken bone How do you know which part of the connected bone is uneven. Do you judge from the outside or whether you have gone to the doctor and take X-rays of bone fractures on large bones such as the thighs, of course, take a long time to heal. In general, doctors give about 3 months for bone healing. But this time period can vary greatly. In severe fractures, it takes at least 6 months to heal. Broken bones in small bones in general will heal faster. Broken bones in areas that move frequently like the knee, will also heal longer. A broken bone and not getting the right treatment, will have several possibilities, namely:
The bones are well connected so that the function returns one hundred percent to normal. The bones are connected but not perfect so the function and shape of the bone will not return to normal. Often causes chronic pain and disruption of daily function. Bones are not connected at all. It poses a very high risk of infection and can cause bone tissue death. You should do a hospital checkup. The doctor will do an x-ray examination or CT scan to determine the condition of the bone, whether the bone has not been connected or whether the bone has begun to connect but is not right. You should not delay too long, because the longer the process of returning the bones to the correct position will be more difficult, so the healing period will be longer, and the risk of complications is greater. Whether or not strong bones support the body depends on the perfection of bone healing and the main function of the bone. For the time being you should ensure that the bone is fully immobilized so that it cannot be moved first.
Hope this answer helps. Regards.