X-ray Results Of Wrist Bones After Falling From The Motor?
I am a 26-year-old woman, a week ago I fell from a motorbike which caused my wrist to hold my weight down in a sprained position, at that time I was swollen, and it turned out that the swelling was spreading, until the last time I moved the swollen expert was getting better. lost, but until now still stiff can not move because of rheumatic pain, finally X-rayed, the result is “visible fracture at the distal radius with displacement of the proxinal to dorsal fracture segment”, can you please explain, how good the handling is like, thank you
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Holding your body weight when falling with your hands can cause fractures (fractures) of the forearm bones as you experience them. What you experience when falling is not ordinary sprained. Sorting broken bones can cause the arm to become swollen and the fracture is increasingly disrupted. In fact, sorting out broken bones can cause interference with blood vessels and innervation in the area of the mucus. You should immediately see an orthopedic specialist for further examination and given special treatment. Bring along the X-ray results that you have done. From the results of the examination, the doctor will consider what action should be taken. Follow the advice of a doctor about what to do. Avoid going to a chiropractor or massage therapist such as the fracture joints can become abnormal and the arms become unusable. Human bones actually have the ability to heal by themselves. However, the orthopedic doctor will make sure that the bone's harmony is good and the tissue around the broken bone is also in good condition, so that the arm can function as before. If sorted or massaged, the bones may stay together, but the shape can become crooked or abnormal, so that it will cause pain (rheumatic pain) that persists in the long term and its function will also not be as good as before the fracture. Your age is still very young, too bad if your arm is not repaired properly. Immediately see an orthopedic doctor before it's too late. Late coming to the doctor can cause your bones to be more difficult to handle. If you have a national BPJS health insurance, you can request a referral letter from a general practitioner at the health center or clinic where you are registered so that you do not have to pay for all necessary actions.
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