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How likely is my jumping ability to be permanently affected by a broken leg bone?

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Dr. James Chen
Sports Medicine
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In brief: It depends

If a broken leg heals in good alignment jumping ability is unlikely to be affected.
If there is nonhealing, shortening, malrotation, or malalignment there may a residual effect. However, it would depend on the severity of the injury and what the limb looks like after it is healed.

In brief: It depends

If a broken leg heals in good alignment jumping ability is unlikely to be affected.
If there is nonhealing, shortening, malrotation, or malalignment there may a residual effect. However, it would depend on the severity of the injury and what the limb looks like after it is healed.
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Dr. Idan Sharon
Neurology

In brief: Broken bone

Depends on which bone and the type of fracture, but there will be possible effects on jumping abilities to some degree.

In brief: Broken bone

Depends on which bone and the type of fracture, but there will be possible effects on jumping abilities to some degree.
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