Bone Pain and Fractures
Bone pain is an unbearable kind of pain emanating from the bone tissue; whereas, bone fracture refers to a break in the bone’s continuity. These conditions can be due to high force stress or impact on the bone.
Can you still play playstation with a fractured arm?
If it's not against medical advice and it also depends on how active you are when playing.
How soon can you golf after a broken rib?
it depends on how you feel, if there is no pain and you feel normal, start slowly. if you still feel pain ask your doctor...
What is an 8 ball fracture?
The 8-Ball Fracture is another name for Hyphema, which results from blunt injury that causes one or both eyes to bleed into the anterior chamber. This can partially or fully blind that eye, but often doesn't require any medical treatment.
How do you splint a broken knuckle?
theres not much you can do, but the best thing for it is to take an ace bandage and start out close to your thumb, wrap it around your hand once, circle the fingerone at the knuckle, the come back down to the thumb and wrap around your hand once more
Will a broken thumb always swell up?
It is very likely but if you have broken it in a certain position then it might not swell.
If it is painful but not much swelling you may have fractured the bone or the bone may have partially been forced out of the joint.
Can you make your own cast for broken wrist?
Yes, but only if you are a orthopedic surgeon.
Does a broken finger fully heal?
What if a broken bone heals wrong?
It will forever be crooked...seriously
How do you know if you have a wrist fracture?
The wrist is made up of 8 small bones and 2 larger bones in the forearm. If your wrist is broken, you will experience pain, swelling, protrusion of a bone, or other symptoms, like decreased movement in the wrist.
What is the best ankle pain treatment?
Most ankle pain is due to either an impact to the area (bruise) or a muscle/tendon sprain or strain. For a bruised area, best course of treatment is to ice the area for a few days. For a sprain or strain, the "RICE" formula is the way to go: rest, ice, compression, elevate. Try to avoid activities that will aggravate the injury. When the muscle/tendon starts to heal, slowly begin some strengthening exercises, combined with some heat and massage to the area to keep the muscle/tendon relaxed.
What does a broken bone feel like?
When I broke my leg it literally felt like it was on fire and I couldn't even move my ankle because it was so swollen
The name of a doctor who fixes broken bones?
An orthopedic surgeon.
How long does it take a hairline fracture to heal?
What happens when a boxers fracture is untreated?
If the fracture is left untreated. It could possibly result in a permanent injury that will take much longer to treat and be more painful. So stopping messing around and get that fracture looked at NOW!
How can you tell if your finger is broken or jammed?
It can be difficult to tell. A broken finger is usually very painful and its difficult or completely unable to move. The only certain way of telling is by having a Xray. but You can check for the following signs to see if it's a fracture or dislocation:
1. TENDERNESS ON THE SITE
5. BONE PROTRUDING
6. CREPITUS SOUND (SOUND OF GRATING BONES)
7. INTENSE HURTING ON THE BONE
8. INTENSE PAIN AROUND FINGER NAIL
For a broken ankle which is better hot then cold or cold then hot?
Broken? A cast is better.
Injuries need to reduce swelling, which is done with cold. In some cases the swelling has to be reduced before the bones can be properly set.
Healing and flexibility comes with heat.
Why are open fractures a serious medical condition?
Because there is an increased risk of infection, damage to the skin, and bleeding.
Because with an open fracture the bone is not protected from the atmosphere and infections can set in quite quickily and possibly result in amputation of the infected limb.
Because there is an increased rish of infection, damage to the skin, and bleeding
Open fractures are serious condition as the bones have been exposed with more chances of infection. It can be associated with damage to the muscles and skin loss and may require surgery. A complicated process which may take several months to heal
Because there is an increased risk of infection, damage to the skin, and bleeding
How long does it take a fracture in the foot to heal?
== == In a healthy child or adult the normal healing time is usually 6 to 8 weeks.
Can you still have a broken toe if you can move it?
yes you can cause I broke my toe and I can move I even went to prince Philip hospital and they said it was broken.
How long does it take for a cervical fracture to heal?
It depends upon the severity of the fracture. A hairline fracture can heal in a matter of days to weeks. Compound fractures could require many months.
What is the prognosis for minor pelvic fracture?
The prognosis for minor pelvic fractures is excellent, with most people gaining full mobility in a matter of weeks or months.
Can a fake cast of plaster cause an injury if the bone is not broken?
No. But be careful how you apply it.
How long does it take for a broken rib to heal?
about 3-6 weeks usually.
How long do cracked ribs take to heal?
A long time. You should be able to feel a marked improvement in as little as 3-5 weeks, but it's not unheard of for severely cracked ribs to still be painful as much as 6 months down the line or more. However... After the incident, you should see a significant pain reduction in at most 5 weeks, and hopefully in as little as 1 or 2 weeks. If this doesn't happen, if pain gets worse, if breathing becomes difficult, or you develop a cough (especially a productive cough), or expectorate blood, you need to see your doc right away.
Can you get pregnant after a pelvic fracture?
Depends on the posterior rehabilitation. Only a doctor can tell you that, after detailed exams.