Welcome to the Online Physio Forum.

Upgrade this thread to guarantee a physiotherapist answers it

Results 1 to 2 of 2
  1. #1

    Question home therapy compound fracture of tibia (both bones) 13 year old son

    Hello:

    My 13 year old son was hit by a car crossing the street on his bike almost 3 months ago. Thank GOD his only major injury was that he suffered a compound fracture of the tibia (both bones) and required 2 surgeries in which they placed a metal plate and screws and had to secure a fragment with screws as well. It could have been much worse, a call of which I could not even imagine. Thank you God for watching over my son.

    He was supposed to be able to start trying to walk after 2 months, however he is now going into his third month of non weight bearing status. Hopefully his next x-ray July 2nd will reveal he can try to walk again. Not sure if Medicaid is going to go through to provide physical therapy, therefore, I have been researching how to provide home therapy for him by our selves, (with proper instructions/direction of course). He has substantial muscle loss in the broken leg. It is much thinner than the other.

    He acts as though he is now crippled and will be unable to walk properly ever again. We keep trying to boost his spirits and reassure him that once the muscle is strengthened he will lead a normal life again. (Which I am sure is true)

    I am looking for any advice as to home therapy methods or similar stories that can reassure him that there is life after such a severe broken leg.

    Sincerely a very Concerned mother

    Similar Threads:

  2. #2
    Forum Member Array
    Join Date
    Oct 2021
    Country
    Flag of India
    Current Location
    India
    Member Type
    Physiotherapy Assistant
    View Full Profile
    Posts
    52
    Thanks given to others
    0
    Thanked 2 Times in 2 Posts
    Rep Power
    8

    Re: home therapy compound fracture of tibia (both bones) 13 year old son

    Physiotherapy helps to heal injury, illness, or disability. It helps to restore movement and function in muscle tissue or joint area. Physiotherapy helps to prevent further damage in the affected area. Treatment should be done to support and manage good health and prevent disease. You can do physiotherapy treatment at home at any time and anywhere with a natural approach without any side effects with the help of an Ultracare Pro device which is tested and approved by a physiotherapist. To know more:-https://ultracarepro.in/product/port...ice-comboplus/



 

Upgrade this thread to guarantee a physiotherapist answers it

Back to top