Traumatic arthritis ( accident damage of joints)

 

Traumatic Arthritis

when any  injury due to accedental damage or heavy sprain causes crusing and damage of  ligaments and cartillage fibers, which left untreated  may leads to necrosis condition. (thisu, chavu aluguthal) then there by blood supply to the  joint ends (ball like portion) becomes cut off then the bones begins to wither (thugalaga uthirthal) and  stif  without any movement and causes pain on any movement.

As a result, the surrounding cartilage begins to deteriorate(dessication), producing pain and other symptoms.  Even if the treatment is insuffecient wound will be cured but the regeneration of cartillage and ligaments will not be happened.

Note: In any joints if traumatic arthritis occur it can be treated in any system of medicine initially but for complete regeneration and rejuvination of ligaments and cartillage bones were happened only by herbal treatment. This will givs you a complete remedy untill you get next injury.

Such type of  Traumatic Arthritis can occur at any joints like , cervical, lumbar, knee & elbo joints, shoulder and hip joints etc… 

 

 

 

Caution:

 Get complete treatment for traumatic arthritis because, Traumatic Arthritis is similar to osteoarthritis and may develop years after a fracture, ligament injury or meniscus tear.  Serious knee injuries may damage articular cartilage over time causing knee pain and limiting function.

 

Symptoms of arthritis include:

  • Gradual development of pain – sudden onset is also possible
  • Joint stiffness
  • Swelling of joint
  • Pain and swelling is worse in the morning or after period of inactivity and may also increase after activities such as walking, stair climbing or kneeling.

 

 

 

Post-Traumatic Arthritis

Fractures - particularly those that damage the joint surface - and dislocations are the most common injuries that lead to this type of arthritis. An injured joint is about seven times more likely to become arthritic,  if the injury is not properly treated, following injury, your body can secrete hormones that stimulate the death of your cartilage cells.

 

Post-Traumatic Arthritis

Fractures - particularly those that damage the joint surface - and dislocations are the most common injuries that lead to this type of arthritis. An injured joint is about seven times more likely to become arthritic,  if the injury is not properly treated, following injury, your body can secrete hormones that stimulate the death of your cartilage cells.

 

 

 

Treatment:

Treatment involves with internal herbal medication, external oil application and fomentation with cartillage rejuvinating herbal extracts.

During the time of rejuvination theraphy the paitents are advised to take more ample amount of  green vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxitants for faster recovery.

Caution: Get complete treatment for traumatic arthritis because, Traumatic Arthritis is similar to osteoarthritis and may develop years after a fracture, ligament injury or meniscus tear.  Serious knee injuries may damage articular cartilage over time causing knee pain and limiting function.