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Not able to walk due to Muscle sprain or ligament injury after accident - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   my brother met with accident he dont have any bone injury
User :  
hello doctor
Doctor :  
Okay
Doctor :  
Yes
Doctor :  
Proceed
User :  
but he is unable to walk
Doctor :  
Okay
User :   no nerves problem
User :  
we have done all the tests
User :  
everything is normal
Doctor :  
Does he Have pain?
User :  
but still he is ubale to walk
User :  
and talk properly
User :  
no he doesnt have any pain
Doctor :  
Okay
User :  
sir pls give us a solutions
Doctor :  
May I Know His age?
User :  
what would be the problem
User :  
26years
Doctor :   Okay
Doctor :  
Not even slight pain on walking
User :   he was riding cycle and he had felled on small stones

Doctor :  
Okay did he have an head injury
User :  
no but at teeth
User :  
we have done CT scanning tooo. everything is normal
Doctor :  
Okay
Doctor :  
You said he manages to walk
User :  
he is unable to walk without support
Doctor :  
there are many causes for this
User :  
with support he is able to walk that too his legs shakes
User :  
a lot
Doctor :  
Okay
Doctor :  
one is muscle sprain
Doctor :  
and next ligament injuries

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