treatment of fractures


When you break a bone — or fear you may have — you’ll be concerned about the severity of your injury, your estimated recovery time, rehabilitation options and so much more. After all, we know there’s a whole big life our there, and we know you’re anxious to return to it. 
To put it simply, a broken bone or fracture occurs when a force exerted against that bone is stronger than the bone can bear. Whether it’s a minor crack or a compound fracture, this can lead to pain, loss of movement and sometimes even bleeding around the injury. In all cases, a quick diagnosis is key. 
At Great Basin Orthopaedics, our focus is on beginning treatment as quickly as possible, answering your questions and helping you get back to life. 
Shoulder & Elbow
Hand & Wrist
Hip & Thigh
Knee & Lower Leg
Foot & Ankle
Neck & Back