Back on Track can offer patients that have broken/fractured bones waterproof casting, patients are now able to swim or shower normally without the annoying need to keep their plaster cast dry. The waterproof cast is lined with bubbles of padding that only allows water to touch the skin without being absorbed into the cast. Often your waterproof cast will be completely dry in one to two hours.
Splinting is used when an injured part of a patients body needs to be securely held in place but does not require a cast. Back on Track can provide a wide variety of splints specific to your individual injury, in order to optimise function and/or reduce pain.
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Copyright by Back On Track 2020. All rights reserved.