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A broken tibia can be treated through immobilization or certain surgical procedures. The tibia is the major weight-bearing bone of the leg, notes Mayo Clinic. More »

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Treating any open fracture wounds with a sterile dressing and splinting the leg are two ways to start treating a dog's broken leg so that it starts healing properly, even before the dog sees the veterinarian for treatmen... More »

Recovery time for a broken leg is typically six to eight weeks. According to the Mayo Clinic, recovery time depends on the type of break and the general health of the patient. More »

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Treatments for broken toes include taking certain medications, such as acetaminophen; immobilization, which includes wearing a shoe that has a stiff bottom and soft top; using a walking cast and taping the affected area;... More »

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Doctors treat most shoulder fractures, whether they occur in the scapula, clavicle or humerus, with immobilization, ice and pain medication, though more severe breaks require surgery, notes the American Academy of Orthop... More »

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Some treatment options for a fractured wrist include immobilization, medication and physical therapy. The treatment depends on various factors, such as age, severity of injury, arthritis and prior injuries, notes the Ame... More »

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A broken humerus takes around 6 weeks to heal, although it can take up to 1 year to recover after treatment. When an individual experiences a broken humerus, the arm should be supported in a manner that will pull down th... More »