Best Ways to Treat lameness



Lameness refers to the condition when someone is unable to move one or two limbs. It is common in both humans and animals. The primary cause of lameness is injury in the bone or soft tissues like muscle and tendons. The amount of rest you need is determined by the injured part. If it is a bone, it will be healed within 2 to 3 months. In case of tissues, it depends on the type of it. If it is a muscle, it generally takes 3 to 4 days. But if it is a tendon or ligament that has a lower rate of regeneration, it will take a lot of time to heal, maybe over 6 months.

Written by Sonia Butler
4 months ago

Begin exercise

While your bones or muscles are recovering from their injuries, it is important that you stretch or make them exercise. But you must make sure that they are ready for it. Beginning exercise early can cause more harm than good. To make sure they are ready, do an ultrasonography test and visit a doctor. The doctors will be the better judge for determining your state. You might feel completely healed, but it’s not always like it feels. Deep inside, your muscle or bone may still be damaged. SO it is better to leave the judgment on the doctor.

Written by Sonia Butler
8 months ago

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