What is a fracture?
A fracture occurs when a bone is hit or pressed by a force that exceeds the maximum strength it can endure. People with bone fractures often experience localized pain, swelling, impaired mobility following trauma, bone deformity, abnormal movement, etc. In addition, severe multiple fractures can lead to shock, which is life-threatening.
Causes of fractures
There are three main causes of fractures.
1. Direct violence
Forces applied directly on a part of the bone result in a fracture of the injured area, often accompanied by varying degrees of soft tissue damage. For example, if a wheel strikes the lower leg, a fracture will occur at the point of impact.
2. Indirect violence
Indirect pressure may also cause bone fracture. When a person is falling from a high place and lands on the feet, compression or burst fracture of the vertebral body will occur.
3. Cumulative strain injury
Long-term, repetitive, minor direct or indirect injuries can result in fractures of a specific part of the limb, also known as fatigue fractures. Some people may be easily fractured by long-distance walking.
Complications of fractures
Moreover, some fractures may cause serious complications. In the most severe cases, this can lead to amputation and mortality.
Complications of fractures fall into two categories: early and delayed.
1. Early complications include shock, fat embolism, compartment syndrome, deep vein thrombosis, and infection.
2. Delayed complications include delayed union and nonunion of the bones, complex regional pain syndrome, and heterotrophic ossification.
Home remedies to speed up bone repair
1. Physical therapy
The ultimate goal of helping with fractures is to restore maximum function to the injured limb. Therefore, there are three very important basic principles: repositioning, immobilization, and functional exercise.
2. Focus on your diet
As a patient with bone fractures, your diet should include vegetables, fruits, protein and water. In particular, calcium, vitamin D and protein will be important during the bone healing process, so be sure you’re focusing on food sources rich in these nutrients. For example, leafy vegetables, broccoli, fish, meat, yoghurt, nuts and seeds.
3. Quit smoking
People who smoke may experience delayed bone healing. Sometimes, this may even lead to the development of a non-union fracture or a longer healing period.
4. Rife therapy
Our user shared the experience of accelerating the healing of bone fractures using Spooky2.
Now, let’s see how to use Spooky2 to help with a bone fracture.
On G1 of your GeneratorX, you can load some bone programs.
You can use bone as the keyword to search in the Spooky2 software. It comes out as follows, and you can choose the programs as needed.
On G2 of your GeneratorX, you can load some trauma programs.
If you have any questions or you have better results, welcome to comment below and share them with us!