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Consult Family Doctors Urgent Care's Specialists for Fracture Management. Our Professionals Are Experts in Rib Fracture Management, Bone Fracture Management, And Knee Fracture Management To Treat Broken Bones Fractures.

Fracture management can be divided into nonoperative and operative techniques. Bone fractures happen to millions of people across the country each year. Typically caused by sports injuries, car accidents, or falls, these painful injuries take time to heal. A broken bone must be carefully stabilized and supported until it is strong enough to handle the body's weight and movement. If you suspect you have broken a bone, you should get Fracture Management Services from professionals of Family Doctors Urgent Care. Family Doctors Urgent Care's aim is to improve care for people with broken bones to recover faster and regain their mobility.

Fracture Management

Hip Fracture Management

Hip fractures are a common injury. The fracture of a hip can lead to morbidity, and a change in living arrangements. Older people and people with osteoporosis are more likely to break a hip. Surgery and physical therapy can help some people with broken hips regain mobility and independence. Most Hip Fractures cause severe pain and require surgery immediately. If you or your loved one has encountered a hip fracture, you should avail of the services for hip fracture management services that are meant to provide you healthy and balanced life.

Bone Fracture Management

A fracture occurs when the force exerted against a bone is stronger than the bone can structurally withstand. The most common sites for bone fractures are the wrist, ankle, and hip. The orthopedic trauma team specializes in fracture treatment, but Family Doctors Urgent Care's experts also offer the best PCR Testing. Every day, the orthopedic team sees patients who have broken bones and manage their care, from surgery through recovery. Family Doctors Urgent Care's advanced operating tables, designed for fracture surgeries, add to the capabilities. No matter the nature and type of bone fracture, experts can handle it.

Bone Fracture Management

Rib Fracture Management

Rib fractures occur in approximately 10% of all traumatic injury victims. The number of Fractured Ribs correlates with the severity of the injury and together with age. At Family Doctors Urgent Care experienced orthopedic surgeons look at each patient's fracture and health and choose the techniques and treatments that will put the bone back together, control the pain, give the bone time to heal, prevent complications and restore function in the affected area. The surgeons use their expertise to make the most informed decisions to manage your rib fracture.

Toe Fracture Management

When it comes to toe fracture management, Family Doctors Urgent Care is the most dependable place to meet your needs. Family Doctors Urgent Care rely on decades of experience and fellowship training. The experienced surgeons and orthopedic specialists use state of the art technology and best medical practices to Manage Your Toe Fracture so that it may work properly without any trouble. The surgeons can rebuild toe joints that have been injured by fractures.

Toe Fracture Management

Colles Fracture Management

Colles Fracture is the fracture of the radius bone of the forearm close to the wrist resulting in an upward (posterior) displacement of the radius and obvious deformity. Pain, swelling, bruising, and deformity are common Symptoms of Colles Fracture, depending on the type of fracture. Family Doctors Urgent Care's orthopedic team provides excellent outcomes for patients with fractures even in complicated cases. Expert doctors use pain control measures that are leading to better outcomes for the patients.

Frequently Asked Questions About Fracture Management

What are the complications of fractures?

Complications of Fractures

  • Blood vessel damage
  • Pulmonary embolism
  • Fat embolism
  • Compartment syndrome
  • Infections
  • Joint problems
  • Uneven limbs
  • Osteonecrosis

How can you prevent fractures?

What are the most common causes of fractures?

Fractures most often happen when more force is applied to the bone than the bone can take. Bones are weakest when they are twisted. Bone fractures can be caused by falls, injury, or as a result of a direct hit or kick to the body. Overuse or repetitive motions can tire muscles and put more pressure on the bone.

 

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