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Physiotherapy for radial nerve palsy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 37 Questions
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   nice to meet u docto
User :   i am suferring with radial nerve palsy..
Doctor :   what are you complaints
User :   i met with an accident n got fracture of shaft humaral
Doctor :   ok]
User :   now i cannot lift my wrist...(wrist drop)...
Doctor :   when did it happen
User :   3 months back
Doctor :   what problem do you face now
User :   wrist drop
Doctor :   ok were you asked to consult a physiotherapist
Doctor :   by your orthopedician
User :   i am not taking any physiotherapy...
User :   they operated and fixed lcds plate to correct fracture
Doctor :   I would rather suggest a physiotherapy and occupational therapy
Doctor :   because after the definitive treatment
Doctor :   by the orthopedician or traumatologist
Doctor :   the main work shall be by the physio now
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   It takes sometime for the nerve to regenerate
Doctor :   and till then
User :   i need some treatment to generate nerve fast.... i will take whatever require
Doctor :   ya but nerve takes it course
Doctor :   but please consult a physiotherapist before
Doctor :   we can help you find a good physiotherpist in your area
Doctor :   You can search for one by going to our homepage
Doctor :   within your area
User :   ok.. thank u
Doctor :   anythgihg else i can helpyou with?
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