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FOOT & ANKLE TRAUMA. ANTICIPATED MMI & RTW Roya Mirmiran, DPM, FACFAS. TYPES OF TRAUMA. Low Energy High Energy. TYPES OF TRAUMA. Open Fracture Closed Fracture. TYPES OF TRAUMA. Comminuted fracture Simple fracture. TYPES OF TRAUMA. Isolated trauma Multi-region trauma.

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anticipated mmi rtw roya mirmiran dpm facfas

FOOT & ANKLE TRAUMA

ANTICIPATED MMI & RTW

Roya Mirmiran, DPM, FACFAS

types of trauma
TYPES OF TRAUMA
  • Low Energy
  • High Energy
types of trauma1
TYPES OF TRAUMA
  • Open Fracture
  • Closed Fracture
types of trauma2
TYPES OF TRAUMA
  • Comminuted fracture
  • Simple fracture
types of trauma3
TYPES OF TRAUMA
  • Isolated trauma
  • Multi-region trauma
trauma of the foot ankle
Trauma of the Foot & Ankle
  • Bone: fracture, dislocation, contusion
  • Joint: OCD lesion, post-traumatic DJD
  • Tendon: tenosynovitis, ruptures
  • Ligaments: sprain or strain
  • Nerve: neuropraxia to CRPS
  • Others: ganglion cyst, LOK