Fracture Repairs

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Procedure Description

Fracture repairs are surgical or non-surgical interventions aimed at mending broken bones and restoring the integrity of the skeletal system. Injuries that lead to fractures can result from a wide range of causes including trauma from falls, accidents, or sports injuries. While some fractures are straightforward and may be treated with casting or immobilization, others require surgical intervention to align the broken bone fragments and may necessitate the use of plates, screws, or rods.

A patient may need to undergo a fracture repair procedure for several reasons. The severity of the fracture, the bone involved, the age of the patient, and the risk of complications all contribute to the decision-making process. Surgical fracture repairs are often indicated for complex or open fractures, where the bone pierces the skin, or in cases where the bone is shattered into multiple pieces. The aim is to promote the most optimal healing environment for the bone to mend and to restore function to the affected area as quickly and as efficiently as possible.

Fracture repair procedures are a common occurrence in orthopedic medicine. As such, a variety of techniques and approaches have been developed over the years to address the unique challenges posed by different types of fractures. Whether you have sustained a simple fracture that can be treated with casting or you need surgical intervention, fracture repair procedures are designed to help you get back to your regular activities as soon as it's medically prudent.

Procedure Duration

The time taken for fracture repair procedures varies greatly based on the severity and type of fracture. Non-surgical interventions, like the application of casts, are relatively quick, often completed within a matter of hours. In contrast, surgical procedures, especially for complicated fractures, can extend over several hours. These may involve intricate processes of aligning the bone fragments and securing them with medical hardware.

Post-procedure recovery durations also differ substantially. Simple fractures treated non-surgically may necessitate immobilization for a few weeks to a couple of months. However, fractures that have required surgical intervention generally demand a more extended healing period, sometimes lasting several months. Furthermore, rehabilitation, including physical therapy, may be essential to restore full function, mobility, and strength to the affected area, further extending the recovery timeline.

It's also worth noting that individual factors like the patient's age, overall health, and the body's natural healing speed can impact the duration of recovery. For instance, younger individuals and those without underlying health complications tend to heal faster.


  • Cost-Effectiveness: Medical tourism can offer significant cost savings, sometimes up to 60-70%, without compromising on quality of care.
  • Expertise: Many countries have specialized orthopedic centers with surgeons who are trained in the latest techniques.
  • Advanced Technology: Some destinations offer cutting-edge technology and surgical methods not yet available in one’s home country.
  • Immediate Availability: Many medical tourism destinations offer quicker access to medical care without long waiting times.
  • Holistic Recovery: Some countries offer specialized recovery facilities, often in scenic locations, that focus on holistic well-being in addition to medical recovery.

Potential Destinations

  • India: Known for high-quality orthopedic surgeries at competitive prices.
  • Thailand: Renowned for its advanced medical technology and expert surgeons.
  • Turkey: Offers a mix of modern healthcare facilities and highly trained medical professionals.
  • Germany: Recognized for its medical precision and advanced healthcare system.
  • Mexico: Convenient for North Americans and offers a range of affordable orthopedic procedures.

Risks & Considerations

  • Quality of Care: Not all medical facilities abroad meet international standards.
  • Travel Concerns: The physical strain of travel before or after surgery can pose risks.
  • Legal Recourse: Resolving malpractice issues may be complicated in a foreign jurisdiction.
  • Communication Barriers: Language and cultural differences can impact the quality of healthcare.

How to Choose the Right Doctor and Hospital

  • Credentials: Make sure the surgeon is board-certified and trained in orthopedic surgery.
  • Reviews and Testimonials: Look for reviews from previous patients, both domestic and international.
  • Facility Inspection: If possible, visit the hospital or clinic either virtually or in person to assess the quality of care.
  • Second Opinion: Always consider getting a second opinion before proceeding with any surgery.
  • Aftercare: Confirm that the facility provides adequate postoperative care, including rehabilitation services.

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Patients are advised to seek hospitals that are accredited by Global Healthcare and only work with medical tourism facilitators who are certified by Global Healthcare Accreditation or who have undergone certification from the Certified Medical Travel Professionals (CMTP). This ensures that the highest standards in the industry are met. GHA accredits the top hospitals in the world. These are the best hospitals in the world for quality and providing the best patient experience. Click the link to check out hospitals accredited by the Global Healthcare Accreditation:

Frequently Asked Questions

What actually happens during hyperstimulation of the ovaries?

The patient will take injectable FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) for eight to eleven days, depending on how long the follicles take to mature. This hormone is produced naturally in a woman’s body causing one egg to develop per cycle. Taking the injectable FSH causes several follicles to develop at once, at approximately the same rate. The development is monitored with vaginal ultrasounds and following the patient’s levels of estradiol and progesterone. FSH brand names include Repronex, Follistim, Menopur, Gonal-F and Bravelle. The patient injects herself daily.

What happens during egg retrieval?

When the follicles have developed enough to be harvested, the patient attends an appointment  where she is anesthetized and prepared for the procedure. Next, the doctor uses an ultrasound probe to guide a needle through the vaginal wall and into the follicle of the ovary. The thin needle draws the follicle fluid, which is then examined by an embryologist to find the eggs. The whole process takes about 20 minutes.

What happens to the eggs?

In the next step, the harvested eggs are then fertilized. If the sperm from the potential father, or in some cases, anonymous donor, has normal functionality, the eggs and sperm are placed together in a dish with a nutrient fluid, then incubated overnight to fertilize normally. If the sperm functionality is suboptimal, an embryologist uses Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection to inject a single sperm into a single egg with an extremely precise glass needle.  Once fertilization is complete, the embryos are assessed and prepared to be transferred to the patient’s uterus.

How are the embryos transferred back to the uterus?

The doctor and the patient will discuss the number of embryos to be transferred. The number of successfully fertilized eggs usually determines the number of eggs to be placed in the uterus. Embryos are transferred to the uterus with transabdominal ultrasound guidance. This process does not require anesthesia, but it can cause minor cervical or uterine discomfort. Following transfer, the patient is advised to take at least one days bed rest and two or three additional days of rest, then 10 to 12 days later, two pregnancy tests are scheduled to confirm success. Once two positive tests are completed, an obstetrical ultrasound is ordered to show the sac, fetal pole, yolk sac and fetal heart rate.


Built into this technology there is a microscope with a powerful camera that allows the uninterrupted monitoring of the embryo during its first hours of life. In this way, we can keep a close eye on the embryo, from the moment when the oocyte is inseminated and begins to divide into smaller and smaller cells, until it can be transferred to the uterus.

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