Study: Physical therapy may not benefit children with specific fracture
from Physical Therapy Products
According to a recent study, a short course of physical therapy did not help return function or elbow motion in children undergoing treatment for a supracondylar humeral fracture. A news report from Healio.com indicates that the study included 61 patients with supracondylar humeral fracture treated with either casting or closed reduction and pinning followed by casting.
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