Three months ago, I scraped a wound that was about two or three millimeters deep, and for the last four weeks I have been feeling the skin on the back of my hand and my arm tighten up, just like clinging to the bone, and I went to the orthopedic surgeon and they said it was fine.Is it because the soft tissue here is missing a little bit, which causes a chain reaction of pulling the skin next to it?If so, is there any way to cure it?Please give some meaningful advice!
Hello, according to your situation, this is a certain pulling feeling, this is a very normal phenomenon, ah, after a period of time can recover on their own, have to slowly adapt to it, now the main thing to do is to prevent infection, do not have other symptoms of discomfort, usually can also be appropriate hot compresses, you can also eat some blood circulation medicine.
Look at the pictures, the wound is recovering nicely.The feeling of the back of the hand and arm should not have much to do with this.It won't affect the arm either if there is scar tissue.Besides feeling skin tightness, is there any numbness, painful symptoms?If so, consider whether there is cervical spondylosis, nerve compression.
Your case requires further examination. At present, the main consideration is that the local soft tissue injury has led to corresponding adhesions, causing discomfort.It can be treated symptomatically by shock wave therapy, acupuncture release, acupuncture in regular hospitals, pain department outpatient examination, and so on.