Staten Island
82 Lamberts Lane
Staten Island, NY 10314

301 E 17th St.
New York, NY 10003

Eastpointe Integrated Healthcare
2373 Hwy. 36 Atlantic Highlands,
New Jersey 07716

Brielle Integrated Healthcare
629 Higgins Ave. Brielle,
New Jersey 08730

Metropolitan Surgical Institute (MSI)
540 Bordentown Ave, 2nd Fl. South Amboy,
New Jersey 08879


Fracture Treatment

Most fractures occur when a bone suffers trauma, such as a hard blow, fall or other injurious event. Bone-weakening diseases may also promote bone fractures without trauma, especially in bones affected by osteoporosis. Symptoms of a possible fractured bone include:

  • Visible deformity of the bone
  • Swelling, bruising and pain around and over the broken bone
  • Worsening pain when the bone is moved or pressure is applied to the injured area
  • Loss of movement or function

Even if you only suspect you may have a bone fracture, it is essential that you see a doctor for immediate evaluation and treatment. Failing to receive professional help for a bone fracture could lead to a long-term disability. iOrtho offers Urgent Care Same Day walk-in appointments for anyone with a recent injury.

Staten Island’s Comprehensive Orthopedic Urgent Care

When it comes to sprains, strains, fractures, and other traumas don’t suffer long waits in emergency rooms or for medical urgent care centers only to be put into a splint and referred to a specialist. Get the immediate orthopedic care you need NOW from orthopedic MD specialists. With the best orthopedic doctors Staten Island has to offer, iOrthoNow provides treatment for all orthopedic injuries when you need it the most.

Fracture Care

An iOrthoMD will order x-rays to determine the location and extent of the fracture and possible MRI and/or CT scans. This kind of diagnostic technology provides your doctor with a clear understanding of the fracture pattern, soft tissue damage and other factors that may impact treatment decisions. These tests also help differentiate between pathologic fractures, stress fractures, stable and unstable fractures.

Depending on the fracture site and pattern, a broken bone may take several weeks to months to heal completely.  Fractures may require surgery for a variety of reasons, for instance if they are unstable or displaced fractures or involve a long bone of the lower extremity. Also fractures that involve the joint surface often require surgery.

During your recovery, your iOrthoMD may recommend specific exercises to encourage restoration of muscle strength and joint flexibility. This can be done at our On-Site Physical Therapy /Rehabilitation Facility.  Other measures to facilitate healing of a bone fracture, include things such as not smoking, eating a healthy diet, taking calcium supplements and getting plenty of sleep. iOrtho also offers IVMT (Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy) to further support healthy recovery.

If you suspect you have a fracture in any of these areas, it's important to consult a medical professional for a proper diagnosis and appropriate management.