Recovery of the Diaphyseal Fracture of the Humerus by Kinetic Means
Keywords:humerus diaphyseal fracture, kinetic exercises, individualized recovery program
AbstractThe article presents the importance of the occurrence of diaphyseal fracture of the humerus, as a common fracture with a percentage of up to 3-5%, and their treated callus rate reaches the threshold of 67% to 98%. Inadequate treatment of humerus diaphyseal fracture contributes to stiffness and pain on movement, as well as deterioration of quality of life, which leads to surgical intervention. Traditionally, the intervention to treat this condition is based on closed reduction, but the causes that lead to surgical intervention are multiple: neurovascular injuries, prolongation of joint fractures, polytrauma, open fractures, pathological fractures, etc. The purpose of the article is based on highlight the importance of physical exercise in the recovery of humerus diaphyseal fractures. Thus, it can be used to monitor the patient's return to normal range of motion.
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