Bone Fracture Treatment In Pune

As a pioneer in the field of bone fracture treatment, our best and most highly qualified team of specialist doctors in Pune will provide our patients with exceptional care in treating and managing any sort of bone fracture. Polaris Healthcare has world-class treatment options and well-trained staff to assist you in times of need.

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Bone Fracture Treatment In Pune

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Transverse Fracture

The term means a break in a straight line across the bone. Falling or being involved in an automobile accident can cause this fracture

Transverse Fracture
 
 

Greenstick Fracture

It is a kind of minor fracture that usually affects youngsters. The bone flexes and fractures but does not shatter into two parts. Children's bones are softer, more flexible, and more prone to sustain this fracture.

Greenstick Fracture
Spiral Fracture 

Spiral Fracture 

A spiral fracture occurs when a person twists their body during sports or an accident. In the legs, spiral fractures usually occur in the femur, tibia, or fibula.

 
Stress Fracture

Stress Fracture

Hairline fractures are another stress fracture. This fracture resembles a crack and might be challenging to detect with standard X-rays. Running, for example, is a common cause of stress fractures.

 
 

Compression Fracture

Compression fractures are the most common type of fracture in the spine and can cause your vertebrae to collapse. A compression fracture occurs when bones are squashed. The broken bone will seem larger and flatter than before the incident. The main culprit is osteoporosis, a bone loss condition.

Compression Fracture
 
Oblique Fracture

Oblique Fracture

An oblique fracture occurs when a break occurs diagonally across the bone. A fall or trauma can result in an oblique fracture caused by a sharp hit delivered at an angle.

Impacted Fracture

When the shattered ends of the bone are forced together, it results in an impacted fracture. The force of the injury that produced the fracture has squeezed the fragments together.

Impacted Fracture
 
Segmental Fracture

Segmental Fracture

Long bones are more prone to fractures. The same bone is shattered twice, resulting in a "floating" piece of bone between the two fractures. This bone fracture may require more time to heal or create problems.

 
 

Comminuted Fracture

A comminuted fracture occurs when the bone is fractured into three or more parts. These fractures result from high-impact trauma, such as a car collision. At the fracture site, there are also bone pieces.

Comminuted Fracture
Avulsion Fracture

Avulsion Fracture

An avulsion fracture develops when a tendon or ligament pulls a piece of bone away from the bone. Children are more likely to suffer from bone fractures. A child's ligaments can sometimes tug so hard that a growth plate fractures.

 
FAQ'S

1. What are the common causes of bone fracture?

Here are the most common causes of bone fracture

  • Trauma is the most prevalent cause of fractures. Fractures can result from a fall, a car accident, or a tackle during a football game.

  • Osteoporosis. This condition weakens bones and increases their likelihood of breaking.

  • Overuse. Repetitive motion can fatigue muscles and increase bone force.

2. What are the Symptoms of Bone fracture?

A fractured bone can cause the following symptoms:

 

  • A limb or joint that appears out of place or misshapen.

  • Bruising, swelling, or bleeding

  • Intense pain

  • Tingling and numbness

  • Broken skin with protruding bone

  • Inability to move a limb or bear weight on a leg due to limited mobility

 

The symptoms may vary from person to person. Visit us immediately if you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms.

3. How long does it take to heal?

Usually, fractures heal in 6-8 weeks; however, this varies significantly from bone to bone and from person to person due to several reasons mentioned above. Hand and wrist fractures typically heal in 4-6 weeks; however, tibia fractures can take up to 20 weeks to recover.

4. What happens when the fracture is untreated?

Untreated bone fractures can result in either no union or delayed union. In the former situation, the bone does not mend at all. Therefore, it remains shattered. As a result, swelling, soreness, and discomfort will develop with time.

5. Why is Polaris healthcare your first choice for bone fractures in Pune?

Polaris Healthcare is a multispeciality hospital that has made its name in the areas of orthopedic treatments. It has an expert team of specialist bone treatment doctors in Pune, Maharashtra and the infrastructure required for fracture diagnosis and treatment. 

5. What's the cost of surgery?

The cost of surgery will depend upon many factors. Please book an appointment to know all the details that you may need.