Swelling of the muscle of the hand

  • Maximum restriction in movement, especiallyif the cause of illness is professional activity, compliance with physical and mental rest. Exception from the diet of fatty, fried and spicy food, any alcoholic beverages.
  • Antibacterial therapy is used in the diagnosis of infection with bacterial etiology. When a purulent form is found, the abscess is opened and the wound treated with antiseptics.
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (Diclofenac, Ketorol) help to reduce inflammation and reduce pain.
  • Reducing pain and eliminating muscle spasmpromotes the application of warming gels and ointments, such as Finalgon, Apizarthron. It is possible to apply dry heat to a sore spot. To do this, use a hot-water bottle with pre-heated salt or a normal woolen shawl.
  • Physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage of the affected area are quite effective in the treatment of myositis. After the pain goes away, it is advisable to engage in exercise therapy.

To prevent myositis, you should avoid all kinds of injuries, drafts, hypothermia, conscientiously treat catarrhal diseases and do not delay it, do not tolerate illness on your legs.

  • Dull aching pain in the affected muscle, which increases during movements;
  • Muscle weakness;
  • Often the skin reddens and there is edema in a sore spot - these are signs of inflammation;
  • When purulent form of pain sharp, local, often there are symptoms of intoxication (lethargy, chills, high fever), you can find nodules in the muscle fibers.
  • Cervical myositis is characterized by aching pain, which passes to the nape, shoulder, area between the scapulae.
  • Lumbar myositis is symptomatic similar to radiculitis, palpation reveals compaction, pain is felt.
  • transferred infectious diseases (SARS, sore throat);
  • parasites in the body (toxoplasmosis, trichinosis);
  • endocrine and autoimmune pathologies;
  • constant stress of the same group of muscles, usually associated with professional activity (pianists, machinists);
  • muscular overstrain, hypothermia, trauma;
  • the result of intramuscular injections, during which sanitary conditions were not observed, can become purulent myositis.
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  • If the neck has blown. On hot days transport often opens windows andthere is a draft. And this leads to disastrous consequences. The open part of the body and, first of all, the neck are exposed to drafts, and they can be "blown". There may be pain in the arm. And maybe in the neck - when the neck is difficult to turn because of pain. And if you do not provide timely help, the pain can last for months.</ p>