Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy

Treating Fractures with Physiotherapy in India, Physiotherapy Rehabilitation for Fracture, Physiotherapy For Fractures

A cracking noise from the elbow and the next thing you know it’s a fracture! This has always scared us while playing any sports or watching any of our classmates come in with a Plastered Arm.

A Fracture is a broken bone. This does not necessarily mean that the bone is completely broken into 2 parts, although this is a common type of fracture, it could be an incomplete crack. Fractures are of different types which we will look at a little later.

Let us understand first the cause of a fracture, the first and the most known cause is through a violent force on the bone, which the structure cannot bear and thus, breaks in a fracture. But there are different causes for a fracture such as osteoporosis, which can lead to a fracture even by a small force that normally wouldn’t, or the cause could be too much stress which weakens the bone, and eventually, it snaps.

What Exactly Does A Physiotherapist Do?

The type of fracture is classified based on which bone has been fractured, where has there been a fracture in the bone, and other general ones. But commonly, a fracture could be a complete fracture, a spiral fracture, oblique fracture, etc.

The person with a fracture experiences pain, difficulty or cannot move the part at all, numbness, swelling, physical deformity, etc. The common symptom is pain and difficulty in movement, while the other could vary, based on the type of fracture and its location.

While the fracture does heal after months, the discomfort and pain during the timespan can be treated and the process can be fastened up a little through medications, surgeries, medical devices such as Plasters and Therapies. While the other treatments are effective, let’s look at therapy in this blog;

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Treating Fractures with Physiotherapy

Our bones and tissues as well as muscles have amazing regeneration capability, especially when the person is young. This, therefore, means that a fracture heals itself through regeneration and becomes almost perfect after a few months or so.

But the tenure can be painful and the discomfort of not being able to move that part of the body can prove to be a discomfort. Sometimes, the damage is more and fractures could be symptoms of underlying conditions such as osteoporosis or the regeneration capability of the cells might be weak because of aging or some other factors. Therefore, whether it takes a long time or comparatively shorter, we all want to ease out of the pain and fasten the process of healing.

We at Theracure, help you in treating your Fracture by making sure that the affected part is constantly taken care of. We help you in fastening and going through the whole regeneration process, by means of exercises and other activities. These activities help your muscle to become more active, a little at a time, and also help in easing the pain associated with the fracture.

A fracture can take time to heal and at Theracure, we guide and assist you throughout the healing process.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy conditions

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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