The last time I looked, there were more than 50,000 people who had fractured a bone, but no one had broken more than one.
I had expected to see a spike in bone-breaking cases as the pandemic escalated, but not this quickly.
The spike I saw is likely a result of the sheer number of people with the bone-wound, and the severity of their injuries.
Bone-breaking injuries are very common in people who have been walking and running for years, according to the National Bone and Joint Foundation, which advocates for people with arthritis.
People can get a broken bone from falling, hitting the pavement or hitting their head.
“If you fall, hit your head, you’re in the danger zone,” said Dr. Daniela Mancini, a specialist in orthopedics at the University of Michigan.
“And that’s where the bone breaks.”
The most common type of bone-break is a fractured femur, or the most prominent bone in a person’s lower body.
It’s often broken at the joint between the femur and the tibia, or knee, and sometimes on the outside of the knee.
Broken bones are common because there are so many ways a bone can break.
If a bone breaks on its own, there’s no fracture.
Broken femurs break by hitting the bone against something and sending the bone into a state called subluxation, which is where the body can no longer bend it.
If there is subluxate damage, there is often an opportunity for bone to break, Mancina said.
But it’s important to note that broken bones are usually not the result of a collision.
A broken femur is usually a result from a fall, or from a blow to the head from a car.
A person with a broken femurs fracture is likely to be at greater risk of fractures, she said.
When people are walking, they have more flexibility than they do when they’re running, said Dr.-elective osteopath Dr. James Hines, who treats patients at his practice in San Francisco.
But he cautioned against overstretching the knee, as it can break and cause severe damage.
“The femur can be so tight, it can crack,” he said.
The fracture can also lead to other problems, like osteochondral disease, or osteoporosis.
Osteoporoses are the result when the bone becomes brittle, causing it to swell and become fragile.
Fractures are more common in children, people with lower mobility and people who aren’t running or walking often, he said, but “when it’s done by a person with an injury that is so severe, there are some other issues.”
A bone-spike is usually seen in people walking or running, or at least during the day, when people tend to be on the move and aren’t as active, Hines said.
“We can see a bone breaking,” he explained.
“It doesn’t look like there’s any kind of trauma.”
In people with osteoporsosis, the bone gets smaller, which makes it harder for it to absorb nutrients and absorb minerals.
It also reduces the amount of bone tissue around the fracture site.
Fracture rates vary widely depending on age, but in people with bone spurs, there may be a spike about five years after the fracture.
People who have had a fracture within the past year tend to have a much higher fracture rate than those who didn’t have a fracture, but the fracture rate may be less than 10 percent for older people, Manchini said.
That may not seem like a big difference, but it can have huge consequences in people’s lives, she added.
The bone-splitting is typically done in a hospital room, where a radiologist can examine the bone and determine its status.
A fracture can be treated with bone-stretchers or an implant, but those aren’t always effective in treating fractures.
In some cases, surgery may be needed, said Michael Hines.
Fracturing a bone is usually done at the hospital, or a general surgeon might perform it on an outpatient basis.
In people who are able to walk, they may walk and run with the pain, which may be worse than the pain caused by a fracture.
That’s because a bone that has been broken is weaker than a bone the person hasn’t broken, said Hines of the San Francisco office of Hines Orthopedic.
“You can’t use a prosthetic to make the fracture, because it doesn’t heal,” he added.
Fractured bones can cause significant damage to a person, and can lead to long-term health problems.
“They can have pain, numbness, and swelling in the joints,” Hines explained.
But the best way to prevent fractures is to stay active and to take precautions, he added, like walking and stretching your muscles, or stretching the back and legs