Fracture – Broken Bone

Fractures with Soft Tissue Injury

When a bone fractures, the soft tissue around the fracture is injured. Regardless of whether or not this tissue damage presents with a bruise on the surface of your skin, the tissue around the fracture becomes compromised and painful. The damaged tissue around a bone fracture means there will be less circulation to the area and therefore inhibited healing.

Laser Therapy can help bone fractures with associated soft tissue damage by reducing inflammation, increasing cellular energy, and improving blood flow to the injured area. Ultimately, the healthier surrounding tissue will enhance bone fracture healing.