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My granddaughter is 5 years old. She fell down from the swing on may 15 and got her left leg fractured. Yesterday doctor removed her plaster and said she must not starin her legs nor walk or stand. What activity can she do to strengthen her legs? Also he said not to send her to school for 1 month. When can she walk or stand? Also she gets pain while straining her leg. Im attaching her x ray report on the day of fracture and recent one. Pls tell what to do and what not to do. Doctor said her bones have united. Please check
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All good
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Bones are quite osteoporotic. It could be Osteogenesis imperfecta. Kindly visit a  hospital for detailed investigations.
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Xray shows Distal tibial torus (bucking) fracture, which have a good healing.
Next Steps
Continue plaster for one/two weeks until the patient is pain free
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Bed rest is advised for 3 weeks
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100% fracture get united She can walk
Next Steps
Just Avoid Vigorous Activity for next two weeks
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Consult with me for more details on practo
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Yes, bones united She can start walking
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