The radius with the radio-ulnar joint at the wrist. It is the smaller of the two forearm bones. The main function of the radius bone is to provide support the hands and forearms while supporting several arm movements. Radius bone fractures often occur when a person falls forward and lands on their forearm or during accidents.
When someone thinks about motor vehicle accident injuries, they often think of severe, life-threatening injuries such as amputations, spinal fractures, broken legs, severe burns, paralysis, and other catastrophic injuries. However, radius bone fractures can be very painful and they often require months to heal properly.
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After a Radius bone fracture, it is not easy to:
Enjoy Everyday Activities - A fractured radius is usually accompanied by several "range of motion" problems. In many cases, the accident victim must wear a medical sling to reduce the pressure and weight of the fractured Radius Bone. This affects the quality of life for car accident victims since they are unable to enjoy most activities due to their broken Radius bone.
Work - Radius fractures also make it almost impossible to perform common arm movements and this often affects the accident victim's ability to perform their job. A victim who has sustained a fractured radius bone will find it nearly impossible to lift, move, or reach objects. A fractured radius bone also makes it nearly impossible for individuals to perform daily tasks. In some situations, the radius fracture victim will miss a lot of work or may even lose their job. People who have sustained a fractured radius bone generally cannot hold their arm up as needed to write or type on a c
Radius Bone injury expenses might include:
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