Referring to a break in the bone, fractures can happen at any part of your body. As it can hinder mobility and cause enormous amounts of pain, it is important to get it treated right away.
The human skeletal system may be capable of withstanding enormous amounts of pressure, but it is still capable of breaking. Fractures are typically placed in 2 categories: closed or open fracture. A closed fracture refers to a break in a bone that does not break through the skin. An open fracture (also called a compound fracture) is one in which the broken bone fragments are in communication with the external environment. This type of fracture is more serious and requires immediate medical attention. Fractures also range in severity from a hairline crack to a complete break in the bone.Enquire Now
Lower Body (Hips, thighs, knees, ankle, and foot)
Upper Body (Shoulders, elbows, wrists, and hands)
The symptoms of fractures vary according to the location and severity of the injury. Your age and general health also have an impact on the symptoms. Besides pain, swelling, and bruising, other symptoms of fractures include:
If you think you have experienced a fracture, call for medical help immediately and try not to move in case of further damage.
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