Fractures in Frisco, TX

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What are fractures?

Did you know that there are multiple ways you can break a bone in your body? Your bones can be bent, crushed, compressed, shattered, segmented into pieces, and snap through your skin after a traumatic impact. Generally, it takes a lot of force to break a bone or just the right type of movement. Our patients with bone fractures at Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX usually need a wide variety of services to get the care they need to heal their fractures. This can range from diagnostic imaging, an immobilization cast, an orthotic boot, pain management plans, and/or a repair or reconstructive surgery. Here are just some of the ways your bones can break:

  • Comminuted fractures
    A comminuted fracture breaks the bone into three or more pieces.
  • Compression fractures
    If your bone is crushed to look flatter, then you have a compression fracture.
  • Open fracture
    This is a broken bone that pierces through the skin. Sometimes, the bone will go back into the skin when moved, but it may be too fractured for that to happen.
  • Spiral fractures
    If a bone is twisted around too hard, it can still break into a spiral fracture.
  • Stable bone fractures
    These fractures stay in place, and the site of the break will match up if put back in place.

Our team of board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons at Preston Surgery Center has many years of experience treating fractured bones. Our practitioners can handle the simple to the most complex bone fractures in our AAAASF-accredited surgical facility with great care.

Select Preston Surgery Center for your fracture treatment

You can trust our treatment of fractures at Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX. Fractures are not only painful, but you may need a wide range of services for you to heal properly. You can call for an appointment at your earliest convenience (with or without a referral unless required by your insurance carrier). If you are concerned about the cost of going to a specialist, we can go over all of your payment options (insurance, cash, credit, or medical financing) before any service, testing, or procedure is performed. Our goal is to offer you straightforward pricing and affordable healthcare so that you or your child can get back to life before the fracture.

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