Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wrong turn:-)

Exactly a month before, on a Sunday while playing cricket with children (!), I broke the middle finger of my right hand while making a wrong turn. It was a Sunday afternoon. I decided to get treated at G.H, Trichy. Fortunately, Dr. Sri Hari was on duty that day and so admission, X-Ray and PoP (Plaster of Paris) were all done within 3 hrs time.
One month after, while the cast is off..I am quite at difficulty stretching my hand with striking and shooting pain from the wrist to the shoulder with the wrist and elbow hurting the worst. The Doctors' say, the Plaster technician did a bad cast job resulting in nerve compression. I am on medication to relieve that and in the next few days will know how it goes.
The villagers, literally at every turn and every day, have been insisting (nearly hounding) me to go for traditional healers of oil cast as they feel PoP will harm. I tried my best convincing that “English” cast is as good and wanted to prove an extra point of using G.H for fractures. The PoP technician has “cast” a wrong turn on my ideals and probably make me eat my own pie with the villagers..hmm ..with my left hand!!:-)


Blogger roop said...

Get well soon. (So you had enough enthu to blog with your left hand, eh? :))

June 17, 2010 at 3:33 PM  
Blogger Aparna Vittal Dhas said...

From the smiley ball to the blue springy gadget... I wonder if its an improvement or otherwise!

August 8, 2010 at 5:08 PM  
Blogger senthil said...

The smiley ball had its day during the next cricket game! The spring is waiting for its own day..till then i give it some action.
I am sure you were not thinking about the two pieces of bone that is trying its best to set in its place!

August 10, 2010 at 10:27 PM  
Blogger Aparna Vittal Dhas said...

The two pieces of bone know to whose hand they belong, don't they? They know better than to expect some leisure, eh, Senthil?!

August 11, 2010 at 7:14 PM  
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