A brace or cast plays an important role to help recovery from a leg fracture. A painful fracture almost always requires a brace to wear to help the healing process. A fracture refers to a crack or a break in one of the bones of your leg. Usually, a leg fracture happens because of a direct fall, a road accident, or a sports injury.

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Treatment of leg fracture depends upon the severity of the fracture and the location where the fracture occurs. Severe pain, swelling, tenderness, bruising, deformity, and inability to walk are common leg fracture symptoms. If you are experiencing such symptoms, you must consult your GP. Delay in diagnosis and treatment can result in severe problems later, such as poor healing. Stress and strenuous physical activities, such as running, ballet dancing, playing basketball, and marching, are the critical risk factors in developing a fracture in the leg.
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Stress fractures are common in people who have osteoporosis (decreased bone density), rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetes. Complications of a broken leg may include knee or ankle pain, delay in healing, bone infection, arthritis, and unequal leg length. Building bone strength, wearing proper athletic shoes, and cross strain (doing alternate activities to prevent fracture) are key factors in avoiding leg fracture.

After developing a fracture, you may have pain and swelling for 1 to 2 weeks. You should follow some conservative measures, including applying ice on the affected areas, limiting your motion, using crutches or walkers for walking, and physical therapy to reduce pain and swelling. However, wearing supports and braces can also help reduce swelling and pain.

Braces also help to speed up the recovery process. Braces improve the range of motion located just above or below the actual fracture. A fracture brace is also designed to increase muscle activities and encourage partial weight-bearing capacity.

Fracture braces are of different types and work in various manners. It would help if you chose the leg fracture brace suggested by your healthcare provider. Leg fracture rehabilitation involves wearing a brace for a few weeks or months.

At 360 relief, you can find a wide range of fracture braces to help treat all types of leg fractures. Do you have a partial leg fracture or complete leg fracture? 360 provides you with the best leg fracture supports to help speed up fracture recovery.

How Long Does It Take For A Leg Fracture To Recover?

Usually, for a minor fracture, it takes a time of 6 to 8 weeks to recover completely. However, the recovery time can take longer if it’s a severe injury.

How Can I Speed up the Healing Process of A Broken Leg?

You can help the healing process by:

  • Take proteinaceous supplements.
  • Take antioxidants.
  • Take mineral supplements.
  • Take vitamin supplements.
  • Take herbal supplements.
  • Do exercise.
  • Avoid smoking.
Why Should A Fractured Limb Be Elevated?

Experts always recommend keeping the fractured leg in an elevated position. Reason being is that elevation helps to reduce the swelling and severity of pain.

What Is the Best Way To Elevate Your Fractured Leg?

Your leg should always be elevated above the level of your heart. Keep your leg comfortably, you should prop your leg on a blanket or pillow.

What Should I Use To Support A Fractured Leg?

A plaster cast should be used if the bone is broken.. The plaster cast holds the bone in place and helps to heal it. However, if there is a lot of swelling, you must apply a plaster cast around the back half of your leg. Once the swelling goes down, one can fit an entire plaster cast around the fractured bone to heal.

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