Published: Nov. 11, 2010
Updated: Nov. 11, 2010
Regaining strength and returning to daily activities after a bone fracture takes time and patience.
Broken bones take a varying amount of time to heal, mostly depending upon the type of bone broken, the patient's age and health, and the way that the bone is broken.
Conditions like osteoporosis cause one to have far longer healing times for broken bones.
Listen to your doctor and let your bone heal itself properly. A bone's living tissue is constantly changing and remodeling itself -- a process that you do not want to disrupt.
To promote a fast recovery: