How to Heal a Broken Leg—Fast!: Understanding How to Deal With a Broken Leg in Order to Start Walking Again Quickly
Date: January 2014
Duration: 2 hours 17 minutes
First off, I’m very sorry that you have an interest in this topic. I suspect that either you or someone that you know has broken a bone. This is the kind of thing that seems to bedevil children but it turns out that it can strike any of us at any age. I suspect that by this point in life you already know how to deal with having a cold, the flu, or a stomach ache. However, there is a very good chance that nobody ever told you how to deal with breaking a bone. That is exactly why this book was written. It turns out that your life is going to be turned upside down for a while and I want to make sure that you know what is coming and help you to prepare to deal with it.
What You'll Find Inside:
- Recovering From Surgery
- Crutches vs Wheelchair
- What Happens While You Heal: The 90-Day Plan
- Emotional Issues
Your recovery after your surgery is going to be in your hands. Nobody else’s. Your family and friends who have been so supportive so far, are going to be getting a little tired of having to do things for you. You need to realize this and start to both take on more tasks and start to plan how you are going to manage your recovery.
Life after the surgery for me was very similar to life before the surgery, but there was just a lot more to it. Now that I had had my broke bone repaired I found myself needing my leg immobilizer much more because I didn’t want to somehow step wrong or fall over and once again screw up my already broken leg. During your recovery time, your life is going to be more complicated and you are going to have to make adjustments to accomplish things that you used to be able to do without thinking about them.
Dealing with issues like this is exactly why this book was created. When I broke my leg, I had no idea what I was in for. As I went through the process of healing my bones, learning to walk again, and then regaining the mobility that I had had before the accident, I learned a lot. I was not shy and I asked all of the questions that you will soon be asking. The good news for you is that I remember what I was told and all of that information has been included in this book. No, the book is not going to help your leg heal, but it will tell you what to expect and when to expect it. Knowledge is power and by reading this book you'll be able to take control over your recovery process.