Rehabilitation of Fractures

Because medical and surgical technologies have advanced significantly in recent years, fracture healing occurs without complications and with minimal loss of function. The most common causes of fractures are trauma, osteoporosis, and overuse of bones. The incorrect use of bones stresses them and causes damage to any part of the body. Fractures are easily distinguished by symptoms such as swelling, tenderness around the injury, bruising, and deformities. The recovery time for fractures ranges from weeks to months, depending on the extent of the damage to the bone, and is accomplished through a variety of medical therapies and care.

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