10 days ago i crushed 2 fingers in car door 2days later i went to local hospital as was still swollen i had x-ray the doctor was turkish so i didnt understand too good but he told me they were not broken just bleeding inside he put my hand in plaster for 2 days then i had to go back where he put my fingers in metal splint and told me to keep them elevated and keep splints on for 2 weeks i am worried now as many people have told me they should not be in splints as i should be trying to move them gently i took splint off tonight for an hour finger is still swollen and is very painful to bend them..do i keep splint on for another week or start gentle exercises now to get them working again..doc said no need to go back to him just take off splint after 2 weeks...
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