Trauma & Fracture Care
Trauma, fractures, and other accidents can happen to anyone at any time — and the experience can be frightening and debilitating. Some cases of injury can be healed on their own with the help of gentle, non-surgical support. In other cases, surgical treatment is needed. If you or someone you care about recently experienced trauma or fracture, reach out to our team to see an orthopedic specialist at our Portsmouth, NH, or York, ME, location. We will provide the continuum of care you need.
Diagnosing Trauma & Fractures
Pain caused by trauma or fracture can both gradually get worse over time. Symptoms of trauma and injuries related to a fracture may include any of the following.
- A contorted limb or joint
- Restricted movement
- Mild or severe pain
- Collarbone fracture
- Bone infection
- Wrist fracture
- Ankle fracture
- Vertebral fracture
- Forearm fracture
- Shinbone fracture
Evaluate Your Trauma or Fracture Pain
Treating Trauma & Fractures
Depending on your symptoms or injury, there is a range of ways to prevent and treat trauma and fractures with surgical and nonsurgical intervention.
- Consume the proper amount of calcium and vitamin D
- Exercise several times a week
- Improve your balance
- Bone infection prevention
- Vitamin and mineral supplements
- Electronic/Ultrasonic bone stimulation
- Physical therapy
- Osteoporosis Care
- Bone Infection Treatment
Treat Your Trauma or Fracture Pain
What Makes Us Different?
We are leading surgeons at Portsmouth Regional Hospital’s Trauma Center. Our physicians will determine the severity of your injuries and the optimal treatment for your recovery. We also provide onsite X-ray and onsite MRI services at our Portsmouth clinic, offered through our partner Shields MRI Portsmouth, to help us quickly evaluate, diagnose, and treat your injury.