bone fractures
in kansas city

Fractures and broken bones are the same things. These are almost always due to an injury. Many of these can be treated without surgery and occasionally require “setting” the break. However, some breaks need surgery which can be involving placing pins, plates, or screws across the fracture. Motus is here to help you learn more about your options.

bone fracture treatments
in kansas city

Once the type and pattern of the break are diagnosed, Motus can determine whether you require splinting, bracing, casting, or surgery. Should you require surgery, Motus will promptly refer you to one of the many terrific local orthopedic surgeons, or to the surgeon of your choice. Motus is here to ensure that your broken bones in Kansas City are diagnosed and treated correctly the first time around.

bone fracture symptoms
in kansas city

Signs and symptoms of a broken bone can be pain, bruising, and swelling at the site of the injury, loss of movement, or inability to bear weight. The best first test for looking for a broken bone is an x-ray. Certain types of fractures require additional testing such as a CT scan or MRI.