The Process And How To Cure Calf Fractures?
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Fibular fractures are most often associated with injuries to the ankle. When a fibula fracture is suspected, physical examination of the ankle also needs to be done to determine the possibility of injury to the ankle. This type of fracture in the fibula most commonly occurs at the ankle-high end which is also accompanied by a fairly severe sprain injury, as in your case.
In this condition generally will require more aggressive actions one of them through surgery because it also involves injury to the ligaments and other structures in the ankle. The operation aims to stabilize the ankle, repair ligaments, and facilitate good bone healing. If without surgery, the healing of the ankle will not be straight and at risk of causing complications in the form of arthritis.
The use of appropriate tools to stabilize the ankle should be either splint or cast. The duration of healing depends on the severity of the injury, age, nutrition, etc. but generally takes between 3-12 months. To avoid excessive strain on the location of broken bones, you can use a stick. Consumption of foods and beverages that contain lots of calcium, zinc, and vitamin D to help the recovery process.
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