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Clavicle bone fracture
Met with an accident...undisplaced clavicle bone fracture and scapula...it already five weeks...still I can feel the movement of bones in that area... How long it will take to become normal...
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Mr. Chaitanya Ulhas Mantri
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Dr. Suchita K Taparia (PT)
Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist 7 yrs exp Noida
Hello sir...clavicle fracture heal naturally...its taken time to heal..avoid lifting heavy objects and also avoid sleeping on affected side...no need to worry...After completing 8th wk consulte with orthopaedic doctor...thanks
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Dr. Shekhar Srivastav
Orthopedic Surgeon 18 yrs exp Delhi
Undisplaced # Clavicle & scapula heal naturally without any operative intervention. Give further 2-3 weeks. If you still continue to have problem consult any Orthopaedics surgeon in your area
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Dr. Chethan R S
General Physician 4 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello there.... Most clavicle fracture are left to heal naturally using a simple triangular sling to support the arm and hold the bones together in their normal positions..... In adults, it usually takes about six to eight weeks for a broken collarbone to heal, although it can take longer.... Consult orthopedician for further advice....
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