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Doctors Cast Soft Hand
Type of fracture: Whether you are placed in a splint ("soft cast") or regular hard cast depends upon the type of fracture you have, and the length of time you will need to keep it on. If the fracture is minor, stable and will heal in a short period of time, a splint is easier and often more comfortable. If your fracture requires 3-4 weeks or more to heal, then a cast is more durable and more practical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctors don't know what's wrong with my hand, had 3 aces done seperatly, 1 cast, 2 weeks... Worse like it hasn't gotten better. No fracture. Confused!
Can I use a soft physiothrpyhand exerciser ball for stiffness of wrist and hand aftr cast ,kwires removal bennet fracture?
Yes: Yes, but soft clay might be better as a ball will not allow the range of motion of your fingers to omprive ...Read more
Certainly could be: Depending on the nature and location of the fracture or sprain, either one or both could be present and treated without a cast. For example, fractures of the metacarpal bones can be treated with screws; this allows return of motion without splinting in as little as 48 hours. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does anyone out there have a good link to some information with advice with hand exercises wearing cast?
Ask your doc: You need to ask the doctor that put it on. He/she may actually not want you doing any excercises. ...Read more
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