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  • Broken Limb in a Cast: How to Keep the Swelling Down?

    After a broken limb’s surgery, it is very common to swell, especially in summer when it is hot and there is humidity. It is important to control the swelling as too much swelling can lead to numbed fingers or toes and slow down healing. Here are our tips to keep the swelling down.
  • Keep a Close Watch on your Cast

    Your child will wear his/her cast for the necessary time of his/her treatment: it can last 3 weeks, 1 month or more ... The doctor will decide when to stop the treatment and remove the cast. At home, on a daily basis, you will have to be attentive to several elements to be sure that healing takes place in good conditions. Come check here!