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What would a broken hand look like?
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Dr. Ray Tidman
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Movies are wrong
Hands can not stand up to punching things, unprotected! pain, swelling, bruising, new angles.
Get to your doc. These are your most valuable tools in your tool box. Waiting worsens outcome.

In brief: Movies are wrong
Hands can not stand up to punching things, unprotected! pain, swelling, bruising, new angles.
Get to your doc. These are your most valuable tools in your tool box. Waiting worsens outcome.
Dr. Ray Tidman
Dr. Ray Tidman
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Dr. Jason Boyer
Orthopedic Surgery
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Pain and swelling
A broken hand usually is painful and is swollen.
The broken areas may be difficult to move because of pain. A change in the shape of the hand is also an indication of broken bones. An x-rays is the best way to diagnose a broken bone in the hand.

In brief: Pain and swelling
A broken hand usually is painful and is swollen.
The broken areas may be difficult to move because of pain. A change in the shape of the hand is also an indication of broken bones. An x-rays is the best way to diagnose a broken bone in the hand.
Dr. Jason Boyer
Dr. Jason Boyer
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