Post-­traumatic & post­operative problem cases in orthopaedics

Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland

Introduction
After a fracture or orthopaedic surgery the body’s biological system has to rebuild the injured bone function.
In the case of a fracture a position as close as possible to real human anatomy needs to be achieved using appropriate measures. This is achieved through the repositioning and fixation of the fractured parts in an anatomically correct position. In the case of repositioning which cannot be implemented externally, a surgical procedure is usually the method of choice. In so doing, the fracture fragments are repositioned during surgery and fixed using various options.
With many orthopaedic interventions (for instance realignment osteotomy) the bone is intentionally injured. This injury, unlike the fracture, is a planned and less traumatic injury to the bone.
This presentation is intended to give you ideas about how you can efficiently aid problematic bone healing using the BICOM® method. However, first of all a word or...

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