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    Usually patients here in Germany are prescribed manual lymphnatic drainage to ease swelling during the healing process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeanutsLucy View Post
    The ice, rest and elevating will help reduce the swelling.

    If it's hot, that could be a sign of infection. Is it red too?

    You really need to visit your doctor and ask him/her what you should be doing.

    Surgery/broken bones take a long time to heal. Don't rush it.

    Call your doctor.
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    I think I can manage using an ergociser already. I am 6 weeks post femur surgery due to fracture. Before using it, can anyone advise if it is a good exercise?
    Last edited by iskumbro; 08-31-2010 at 10:42 AM.
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