Practice Area: Broken Bones

Orthopedic Injuries

Orthopedic injuries are often something we hear about in contact sports but the trauma of a car accident can lead to multiple types of orthopedic injuries as well. Orthopedics focuses on injuries and deformities of the musculoskeletal system, including ligaments,

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Broken Wrist

Statistics show that broken wrist injuries are the most common types of fractures in the United States for individuals under the age of 74, while accounting for one in six fractures treated in the emergency room. Broken wrists are most

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Broken Nose

A broken nose injury is one of the most commonly seen facial injuries suffered following an accident or injury. Often referred to as a nose fracture, this type of injury can be incredibly painful for the accident victim. Typically, either

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Broken Leg

The human body is made up of over 200 different types of bones, but the two largest can be found in the legs. Altogether there are four bones in a person’s leg, including the: Femur – thigh bone Tibia –

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Broken Jaws

The skull and bones of the face make up the most complex area of the skeleton in the body, according to the University of Washington’s Department of Radiology. Statistics cite the jaw as the 10th most commonly broken bone throughout

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Broken Collarbone

Also known as the clavicle, the collarbones are two horizontal bones that lay at the top of the chest region. Their function is to keep your shoulders in line and to protect many of the nerves and blood vessels that

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Broken Back

One of the most common reasons a person visits an emergency room is due trauma. According to a 2009 National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey more than 29 million persons visited the hospital for some type of injury. Furthermore, 3.9

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Broken Arm

Broken bones are one of the most common types of general injuries. One of the set of bones that are commonly broken as a result of a personal injury accident is an arm. An arm is composed of three separate

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