Before 3 months I had an accident in which my left ulna and radius bone got broken here in Melbourne they inserted 2 plates then after 1 month I was not able to move my wrist then they took CT scan and again they operated another surgery in which they insert a wire at my wrist and replaced the plate of my ulna bone now I am able to move my wrist hardly I do not know whether it is stiffness or what, my physiotherapist said it will take 3 months for the complete movements of my wrist so is it true?
Post Graduate Diploma In Orthopardics, DNB Orthoapedics
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Hello, after twice surgery with prolong immobilisation stiffness bound to occur, if your fracture fixed well and no joint problem you will get good range of motion over a time with physiotherapy.
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