Treatment for Fracture (broken bone)
- Intense pain in the afflicted area
- Tingling and numbness
- Immobility or limited mobility to move a limb
- Misshapen limb or joint, out–of-place appearance
- Bruising, swelling, or bleeding
Who is at risk?
- Anyone who has suffered severe trauma to a limb
- Patients with osteoporosis, which causes weakening of the bones
- Those who partake in long term, strenuous activities are at risk for stress fractures
Emergency Warning Signs: When should I see a doctor?
Treatment is available now at Well-Key Urgent Care.
For more information on fractures, see the following websites:
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