Complex TRAUMA

Common Causes of Orthopaedic Trauma

Most often, traumatic orthopaedic injuries are caused by:

  • Falling
  • Being involved in a car or motorcycle accident
  • Physical violence
  • Being injured while playing a sports
  • Natural disasters or climate
  • Danger circumstances job environment like construction or machine Production Company etc.
1.When does a patient need to go orthopedic surgeon in emergency?

If the patient has severe pain , deformity, crackling noise from injured site or if if he is not able to use that limb; he should go to an orthopaedic surgeon as soon as possible.

An orthopaedic surgeon will assess your injury and get the x rays for accurate diagnosis. He may also advise MRI/ CT scans for better assessment of fracture pattern. Based on your scans he will advise whether your injiry requires surgery or not

  • Accidents happen, but there are some simple things everyone can do to reduce their traumatic injury risk.
  • Always wear a seatbelt when driving
  • Always wear a helmet when biking, skateboarding, rollerblading, etc.
  • Wear the appropriate safety gear when playing contact sports
  • Stretch and do a warm-up exercise before working out or playing a sport to prevent muscle injury
  • Those at a higher risk of injury, either due to a condition that weakens the bones or causes a loss of balance, may need to take additional precautions.
  • Wear comfortable, low-heeled shoes with good traction to avoid tripping or slipping
  • Use night lights to prevent tripping over objects in the dark
  • Add small ramps to entryways and areas with raised flooring

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