Leg Fracture Treatment for Seniors Cordele GA

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Advanced Rehab Center
(229) 273-6444
316 E 16th Ave Ste A
Cordele, GA
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Physical Therapist

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Visiting Nurses Association
(229) 273-5545
622 E 16th Ave
Cordele, GA
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Physical Therapist

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Southwest Georgia Therapy & Fitness
(229) 567-9570
317 E Washington Ave
Ashburn, GA
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Physical Therapist

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Progressive Rehabilitation
(229) 273-3193
316 e 16th Ave
Cordele, GA
 
Sami O. Khan, M.D.
(770) 491-3003
2680 Lawrencevill Highway
Decatur, GA
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Resrugens Orthopaedics
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Orthopedics, Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow and Knee, Sports Medicine, General Orthopaedics
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Insurance Plans Accepted: We accept most insurance plans

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Primary Hospital: Emory Eastside Hospital
Residency Training: New York University Hospital fo rJoint Disease
Medical School: Emory University School of Medicine,
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Member Organizations: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Arthroscopy Association of North America, American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine
Awards: Associate Team Physician, New York Mets MLB 2003-2004 Team Physician, Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils 2006-2007 Associate Physician, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater New York, 2004 Author of multiple textbook chapters involving shoulder and elbow injuri
Languages Spoken: English,Spanish

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Crisp Regional Therapies
(229) 271-4612
307 E 3rd Ave
Cordele, GA
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Physical Therapist

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Visiting Nurses' Association
(229) 273-5545
213 S 7th St
Vienna, GA
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Physical Therapist

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Ashburn Health Care Center
(229) 567-3473
441 Industrial Dr
Ashburn, GA
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Physical Therapist

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F. daniel Koch, M.D.
(770) 491-3003
2680 Lawrenceville Highway
Decatur, GA
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Resurgens Orthopedics
Specialties
Orthopedics, General Orthopaedics, Adult Spine Surgery
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Insurance Plans Accepted: Accept most insurance plans

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Primary Hospital: Dekalb Medical Center
Residency Training: University of Louisville
Medical School: Duke University,
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Member Organizations: Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Languages Spoken: English

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Robert T. Greenfield, III, M.D.
(770) 787-4042
3211 Iris Drive
Covington, GA
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Resrugens Orhtopaedics
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Orthopedics, Adult Spine Surgery, Kyphoplasty, Reconstructive Surgery
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Insurance Plans Accepted: Accept most plans

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Primary Hospital: Rockdle Medical Center
Residency Training: Howard University College of Medicien
Medical School: Howard University College of Medicine; Washington, D.C.,
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Member Organizations: National Medical Association Georgia State Medical Association Atlanta Orthopaedic Society North American Spine Society


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Take Heart, Seniors--You Can Recover from Leg Fractures

Fractures to the legs and hips are one of the main reasons that people over 65 end up in the hospital. But not much is known about how these patients recover. This study followed 30 seniors who had leg fractures in accidents such as car crashes.

Researchers did physical tests of strength and range of motion and asked the subjects questions about their health, activities, and mental state. The subjects were tested an average of almost three years after their injuries.

The results showed that almost all of the patients had recovered very well. Their physical tests showed that the injured legs and uninjured legs functioned at about the same level. The subjects reported a low level of pain. And they even compared well to a control group of seniors who had never broken a bone in their legs.

One surprising difference between the subjects and the healthy control group was the results of the scores on mental state. Even though the subjects had returned to good function and low pain, they showed a much lower mental state. The authors don't know how to explain this. They note that the lowest scores came from people who had spent a long time in the hospital, and that two subjects were diagnosed with depression. Their responses may have caused a lower overall average score.

These results are somewhat different than other similar studies. The researchers suggest that it could be because their study limited subjects to people who had relatively simple fractures, witho...

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