Fracture Care

Clavicle Fracture

Mid-Humeral Fracture

Scapula Fracture

Elbow Fracture

Forearm Fractures in Children

Wrist Fracture

Finger Fractures

Metacarpal Fractures

Scaphoid Fracture

Femoral Neck Fracture

Subtrochanteric Hip Fracture

Fractures of the Patella


Ankle Fracture

Fractures of the Tibia

Caused by traumatic injury, overuse or disease, fractures can range from serious to minor and categorized as stress, partial, displaced, complete, or open or closed fractures. The treatment for most fractures is to immobilize the bone and allow it to heal on its own. Immobilizing the bone can be done with a cast, boot, splint, or soft brace, depending on the severity of the break. In some instances, a broken bone may need to be set into place or put back into alignment. Setting fractures properly is critical for your bones to heal properly. Your doctor will determine the best possible treatment that meets the needs of your life with the least hassle.

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