What is the quickest way to recover from a bone fracture?

Wait listen 2 orhto. Depending on the type of fracture, the healing varies along with whether it was surg. Stabilized, then assuming 0 infect or comp, your body has a preprogramed way it is going to heal it as 2 time. We can tweak it with a bone stimulator, & early wt bearing if feasable, othewise it is time time time..... Push 2 soon and u may = back @ square 1.

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Why would an impact injury to the maxilla be more difficult to recover from than a long bone fracture?

Maxilla injury. A facial fracture that is a result of an impact injury may depress the maxilla. This may need to be surgically reduced and fixed. Since the maxilla articulates with the mandible, chewing can be a problem. Long bone fractures can also have problems healing with delayed and nonunion. It depends on the location of the long bone fracture and if it is displaced or not. Read more...

How difficult is it to recover a long bone fracture?

Somewhat. It takes time for the fracture to heal. During that time joints can get stiff and muscles get weak. It takes time to rehab. Difficulty depends on how bad the break is and the amount of soft tissue damage. Read more...

I'm recovering from collar bone fracture. What kind of food should I take for a faster healing?

Protein. For healing fractures of any type a diet with high grade protein and calcium will help in the healing and production of the osteoid matrix and callus required for healing. Read more...
High calcium. High calcium if you insist.........Otherwise it makes no difference. Anyway collarbone is highly vascular bone and heals fast in 4-6 weeks. Read more...

How much time it will take to recover frm feumeur bone fracture? Nail is inserted on 3rd jan. Knee is getting swelled all the time

Fracture healing. Almost all fractures take at least 8 weeks to heal but can take longer depending on your physical condition and any other medical problems you may have. Following your surgeons advice as to when to walk on it and maintaining a proper diet with calcium and vitamin d intake are critical to good healing. Read more...
Femur Fracture. Sometimes patients also have a knee injury with the femur fracture that was difficult to diagnose initially with the fracture... Have you knee examined... It might be just soft tissue injury and may take 3 months to heal... Same as the thigh bone fracture. Good luck! Read more...

Is there a way you couldfigure out if you have a broken or fractured bone in the thumb?

Yes. Thumb fractures are common hand injuries which can present with acute pain and swelling, and deformity and bruising (ecchymosis) if severe. Radiological workup, with x ray films dedicated to the hand and thumb, is recommended if a fracture is suspected. A diagnosis of a thumb fracture should warrant temporary immobolization in a splint and a timely evaluation by a hand doctor. Read more...

Could you possibly re-injure a fractured bone?

Fracture. Yes it is certainly possible to re-fracture a bone especially is there is another trauma or incident that causes injury. If this is the case an x-ray is warranted. Best of luck! Read more...
Absolutely. As dr. Galland said, it is very possible to re-injure a fractured bone. Read more...

How can you fix an already healed fractured bone?

Yes. I assume you are referring to a fracture that healed in the wrong position. We call this a "mal-union". In other words the fracture healed in a position that may be unacceptable. It can be taken down, repositioned and fixed in a new or perhaps better position. Read more...