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  • Femoral fractures, or breaks in the thigh bone, are serious injuries that require immediate medical attention. The femur is the body’s longest and strongest bone, extending from the hip to the knee, and it plays a crucial role in supporting our weight and enabling us to walk, run, and jump. Due to its strength, breaking the femur often involves a significant force, such as that experienced in a car accident, a fall from a great height, or a direct blow to the thigh.

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    Femoral Fractures
  • Hip arthritis is a condition that leads to the deterioration of the cartilage in the hip joint, causing the bones to rub against each other. This friction can lead to pain, stiffness, and difficulty in movement. The most common type of hip arthritis is osteoarthritis, often referred to as “wear and tear” arthritis, which typically affects older adults but can also be accelerated by obesity, previous joint injury, and genetics.

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    Hip Arthritis
  • Hip fractures are serious injuries that occur in the upper portion of the thigh bone (femur), close to where it joins the hip joint. These fractures are most common among older adults, particularly those with osteoporosis—a condition that weakens bones, making them more susceptible to breaks. However, hip fractures can affect people of all ages, often resulting from high-impact events like car accidents or falls from significant heights.

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    Hip Fractures