Rehabilitation after injuries and fractures
Cervical spine injuries are considered one of the most dangerous types of damage. They can cause paralysis, and in some cases lead to death. Rehabilitation after a neck fracture takes at least 3-4 months, depending on the severity.
Clavicle injury is one of the most common injuries, which ranges from 2.6% to 12% of the total number of fractures. It occurs due to a strong load on the clavicle, due to a blow to this area or a fall on an outstretched arm. The sternoclavicular joint, which provides lifting and rotation of the shoulder, and the acromioclavicular joint, which performs the supporting function, are especially at risk of damage.
According to statistics, injuries to the hands make up 34% of all types of skeleton fractures and 3% of all types of injuries. This is serious damage that leads to reduced ability to work and inevitable difficulties in everyday affairs.
If you do not provide timely assistance with a fracture of the hand bones and rehabilitation, the hand will lose its previous functionality. In some cases, complications arise: bone displacement, damage to nerve endings, edema and infection.
Knee injuries are the most common damage, which account for about 40% of the injuries total number. This is due to the complex anatomical structure, biomechanics of movement and constant dynamic load.
One of the most serious injuries is considered a compression fracture of the spine, after which rehabilitation is very long. In essence, this is an “explosion” with many destructions of various nature.
The vertebral bones consist of a body, two arcs and a root, which holds them together. During compression, the vertebrae are compressed, as a result, the vertebral body changes shape or crack.