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First Aid for Broken Bones - About.com
There are several types of injury that affect extremities (arms and legs): broken bones (fractures), dislocations, sprains and strains. Persistent pain and swelling ...
Understanding and Treating Your Broken Bone - Orthopedics
Having a broken bone is one of the most common reasons to seek orthopedic treatment. Knowing what to do for treatment of your broken bone will help ensure  ...
Broken Bones - Fractures and Dislocations - Orthopedics - About.com
Find information about broken bones, or fractures, as well as dislocations. A fracture and a broken bone are actually the same thing. It is important to have a ...
Does surgery make a broken bone heal faster? - Orthopedics
Does surgery make broken bones heal faster. No. This is simply not true. In fact, broken bones, or fractures, will heal fastest without surgery.
Fracture - Broken Bone - Diagnosis and Treatment - Sports Medicine
A broken bone, or a bone fracture, is a term used to describe a crack or a break in a bone. A fracture can be complete or partial. If the broken bone punctures the ...
About Broken Bones - Fracture Care & Treatment - Orthopedics
Many people were introduced to the orthopedic surgeon at a young age when they were brought to the emergency room with their first broken bone. For me the  ...
Treatment of Broken Bones - Casts, Cast Care, and Other Treatments
Find information about the treatment of broken bones, also called fractures. Learn about casts, caring for a cast, and other fracture treatments including surgery.
Treatment of Broken Bones - Fracture Care Options - Orthopedics
Broken bones are one of the most common orthopedic injuries. Fractures require treatment which may be as simple as rest, or as invasive as surgery. There are ...
Broken Bones in Children | Kids Fractures - Orthopedics - About.com
Pediatric orthopedics is its own specialty because children have bones that are different from adult bones. As you might expect, treatment of broken bones in ...
Nonunion - Non-Healing of a Broken Bone - Orthopedics - About.com
Definition: A nonunion occurs when a broken bone does not heal. Bones have a tremendous capacity for healing themselves, and with proper treatment, most all  ...
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