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Recovery from an Osteoporotic Hip Fracture. Nicholas Wayne Sheets. Purpose. Discuss the affects of experiencing an osteoporotic hip fracture Review the three principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought

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Discuss the affects of experiencing an osteoporotic hip fracture

Review the three principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought

Examine how the three principles can be presented to a patient who has experienced an osteoporotic hip fracture


Weakening of the bones

Affects primarily elderly populations

Results in fractures

  • Pain
  • Disability
  • Medical Bills
  • Depression
    • Patients experience increased depression after a hip fracture
  • Mortality
    • Patients who experience a hip fracture are 50% more likely to die in the following year

Teach patients the 3 principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought

Help patients recognize how their own thinking affects their health

Hope patients experience insights

  • Health Care Providers
    • A patient spends 6-7 days in a hospital after experiencing an osteoporotic hip fracture
3 principles
3 Principles

Mind, Consciousness, & Thought

Taking complexity and simplifying

Are discovered and not created



Gives rise to the following principles of consciousness and thought

Given many different names such as spirit, God, or Allah

  • Gives us the ability to experience thought
    • (Our consciousness follows our thought)
  • Higher level of consciousness
  • The elevator metaphor

Our thoughts are constantly occurring and we are always aware of them

Thought + Consciousness = Personal Reality

We can recognize how our moods affect our thoughts

  • The three principles can help patients experience better outcomes
    • Though the principles are simple, simply being knowledgeable does not allow full benefits
    • Strive to experience insights



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