foot and ankle fractures

Your feet contain almost one quarter of all your body’s bones. So, breaks occur often in this area. They happen for a wide range of reasons – car and sporting accidents, falls and dropped heavy objects. Doctors use many treatments for fractures, too many to describe here. Yet, in all cases, they strive to help a patient regain mobility and stability. Basically, that means realigning bones and protecting them while they heal. Technology, especially x-rays and CT scans, plays a key role in diagnosis. Physical therapy frequently is an important part of care, and our doctors and therapists work together closely to aid patients. At Bon Secours Orthopaedic Institute, our medical experts have wide experience with all sorts of fractures and an impressive record in caring for patients and helping them return to active lives.

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