Hi lybrate-user, pain is due to vata aggravation. I think it's in winters only. You must do some hot fomentation (put leg in warm water with sendha namak). In case the pain persist in every weather, he should seek ayurvedic treatment.
Hello. Sometimes it may happen, pain remains after healing of fracture. Don't worry it will be absolutely cured by well selected Homoeopathic medicine. So my suggestion is to go for a good homoeopathic treatment. Thank you.
Pain after 1 year post fracture is unusual.
There might be a malunion or secendory osteoarthritis. Regular exercises, contrast bath and medications like CartigenDAN and Tendocare will help.
Share fresh x-ray.
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Hi, do hot saline fermentation at least two times a day. Ask him to do toes & ankle pump exercises in elevated position of ankle. Use ankle support while walking. Not to keep in hanging position for long time.
Sometimes, the fractured bones do not joint perfectly as it was in its original state. If a surgery is also, done then capillaries, ligaments and other tissues got damaged. Even though the x-ray looks fine but the pain persists. Homeopathy cures it perfectly. Visit some good doctor for it.
Warm saline bath twice a day and apply some analgesic cream for few days he shall be better. As advised by my ortho colleague it may take time.
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