Case 6. Multiple injuries The 60-year-old patient, a school canteen worker. She developed pain in both external malleoles, elbows and knees. She had a fracture of the right external malleole for more than 3 months. Not only had the fracture not consolidated, but she also suffered a sprained left ankle. The pain was compounded during the walk. At the same time, she was also suffering from bilateral pain in her elbow and both knees, and predominant on the right
Clinical examination: There was palpation pain on the inner side of the right knee; Palpation pain on the internal and outer sides of both ankles and elbows; X-ray examination showed that the avulsion fracture of the right outer malleole (Fig.14) The scan 3 months after the fracture showed that the fracture did not consolidate (Fig.15, Fig.16)
Diagnosis: Ancient avulsion fracture of the right external malleole Left ankle sprain Causes of right knee pain to study Causes of elbow pain to study
Treatment: Acupuncture, pain on both ankles and both knees essentially disappeared after 20 minutes of needle retention. According to the theory of holographic biology, the knee problem can be treated by the Six Points of Dong Shoulder. This is also the reason why the pain in the patient's left knee has disappeared. The patient returned two weeks later and told us that her knee pain had completely disappeared; The pain in the ankles disappeared for a week after the first treatment. Then she came back, but lighter than before. His pain in both elbows had not changed. In addition, she complained of pain in both wrists.
Treatment: Acupuncture, After holding the needles for 20 minutes, the pain of the ankles, elbows and wrists has completely disappeared. The patient came back in two weeks again, we had learned that she had only a little bilateral pain in her ankle, no pain elsewhere. Acupuncture, L has pain of both ankles completely disappeared after 30 minutes of needle retention. We asked him to call if the pain was coming back, and we didn't get any more calls from him.