Who Do Orthopaedic Injuries Happen To?

Orthopaedic injuries can happen anytime, not just in sports or after a fall!

Orthopaedic injuries are some of the most common types of injuries. Amongst these injuries are fractures, dislocations, sprains, and tears. 7 million broken bones are treated in the U.S. every year, and that’s only one type of many orthopaedic injuries!

These injuries can happen to anyone and at any time. While some groups are more prone to them, like athletes, they can happen to anyone. Injuries can occur after falls, while cycling, walking, or even just doing repetitive movements, like typing. Here are some injuries that might happen in day to day activities:

These are just a few of the injuries that can occur daily, and while it’s scary knowing these injuries can happen anytime, Orthopaedic Associates is always happy to help!

The key to treating any orthopaedic injury is to seek help quickly. Don’t hesitate to see a doctor; treating your injury as soon as possible will make your recovery easier, shorter, and less painful. 

Our Immediate Ortho Care is a great alternative to the ER for these types of injuries. Our surgeons, advanced practice physicians, and healthcare professionals are specialists in all kinds of orthopaedic injuries, and can treat you without an appointment! With lower costs and shorter wait times, you can begin your recovery process faster and with less pain. 

Your doctor will see you, and assess how best to treat you.They may refer you for therapy, surgery, prescribe a medication, or use another method that OA offers. 

Orthopaedic injuries are common, but can affect your life in so many ways! Don’t hesitate, go to Immediate Ortho Care or schedule an appointment to get back to your normal schedule! 

Find out more about Immediate Ortho Care or schedule an appointment with us at Orthopaedic Associates, Inc: Orthopaedics: Evansville, IN & Henderson, KY (oaevansville.com)


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