1 Comminuted Femur Fracture
A comminuted fracture is a break or splinter of the bone into more than two fragments. Since considerable force and energy is required to
fragment bone, a fracture of this degree occurs after high impact trauma. Generally surgery is required to help the bone heal correctly, using screws, wires, pin,and metal plates.
This x-ray was taken the day of the accident
My client was informed by her doctor, she needed surgery, She decline surgery
and requested for Techni-Calm Reflex to assist her with her bone fracture.
You can see #1 the bone is pointed and the femur bone is split, the space between
the femur bone, is broken fragmented bone and #1A you can see
how the femur has shifted toward her patella bone. Her knee is inflamed
and bending of the knee is dangerous and would force an open compound fracture.Her physician made several attempts to encourage her to allow him to do surgery. She continued to refuse. At Techni-Calm Reflex we only treated her patella bone reflex point and her femur reflex point. And you will see the femur
bone heals and the patella bone aligns correctly. My clients physician requested
to see her frequently to take x-rays to show her this type of fracture will not heal
by itself in hopes she would do the surgery. You may view the remaining x-rays below to see the progress using our Therapeutic Foot Correction therapy.
2 My client had an appointment with her doctors in 3 days and this is how fast the pointed femur bone that was split and in the progress of closing the femur that
shifted forward towards the patella bone shows no shifting at this stage of healing.
3 This x-ray is one week after the 2nd appointment with her physician. The femur bone that shifted toward the patella bone is looking more solid and cracks are healed.And the femur split bone with the point is starting to shift towards the femur to seal itself to its femur bone. Look inside the circle. Improvement
is very good but the pointed femur bone needs more healing.
4 This x-ray is taken a week after my clients 3rd visit with her doctor by the hospital. The pointed bone has made major progress to adhering itself toward the femur bone, but if you look closely to the point, You will see at the very tip of the
femur bone tip that a 1/2 inch of the bone, Needs more healing to complete the closure. And if you look inside the circle although the bone is closed you can see
a darker area inside the circle new bone needs to fill in the area. But the progress
is very good.
5 This x-ray is a anterior view of her right leg. My client pointed femur bone
has securely sealed itself solid and strong to its femur. Inside the circle. New bone is filling inside the darker area nicely.
6 This x-ray is a side view of the femur and patella, It looks solid and strong
and the pointed part of the femur has reconnected nicely. This is the results of treating my client's femur reflex point and patella reflex point only.
7 This was the last x-ray my client submitted from her doctor visit. I did not have
any control over how the x-rays were taken at the hospital. This is what she presented but the good news it has been years and she is doing fine,