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Orthopedic Bone Screws

Orthopedic bone screws are stainless steel or titanium screws used for the surgical treatment of broken bones. They are the most commonly used devices for surgical internal fixation of bones. The material of the screws is highly non-reactive does not cause any allergic or corrosive reactions inside the body. It can safely remain in our body for an entire lifetime without causing any complications.


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Broken Thumb Injuries Symptoms and Treatment

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Broken thumb injuries are highly debilitating and a common cause of thumb pain and hand swelling. Being the shortest finger of a hand, injury to the thumb is less likely. Since, the other fingers face traumatic events earlier and reflex prompt withdrawal keeps the thumb remains relatively safe. Even when falling on the ground, a person tends to injure the wrist or have a dislocated finger more often, compared to the thumb. Also the oppositional movement of the thumb helps us to reflexively conceal it within a fist formed by other fingers and the palm. Thus, getting a broken thumb is not at all easy. However, thumb injuries can cause premature thumb arthritis, which permanently compromises the function of the entire hand.


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Orthopedic Treatment Advice by Specialist Doctor

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This is your authentic source for free orthopedic treatment advice by a specialist doctor – Orthoped. Bones and joints have their peculiar characteristics and diseases. It will be an intriguing and interesting endeavor for me, as a specialist orthopedic doctor to provide you with free orthopedic advice to solve your health problems. Various orthopedic diseases will be discussed along with a detailed but to-the-point explanation of their symptoms and treatment. The need for diagnostic tests and their appropriate timing for accurate results will also be outlined.

Physical therapy forms an important part of recovery from any longstanding orthopedic disease. Even the most skillfully performed surgery by an orthopedic doctor can fail miserably in the absence of physical therapy after surgery. The roles of an orthopedic doctor and physical therapy are similar to a potter and sunlight respectively. A potter (orthopedic doctor) may delicately mold clay (orthopedic patient) into a beautiful pot, but it is only the warmth of sunlight (physical therapy), which bakes them into usable pots (rehabilitated patient). Hence, a brief overview of relevant physical therapy needed for rehabilitation after orthopedic injuries and surgeries will also be included.

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