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Overview

This condition is a fracture at the top of the tibia, also called the shin bone. This fracture usually involves both bone and cartilage, so there is a high risk of developing arthritis from injury to the cartilage cells.

Causes

A tibial plateau fracture is usually caused by sudden, direct trauma to the knee, or by force that drives the tibia up into the knee joint. Serious falls and automobile accidents are common culprits.

Symptoms

Common symptoms include pain, swelling, bruising, and weakness or lack of mobility in the knee.

Treatment

For fractures that have not shifted, surgery may not be needed. The most common non-surgical treatment is a short leg, non-weightbearing cast or a hinged knee brace, combined with physical therapy and rest. Fractures that have shifted require surgery.

CONTACT

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PHONE: 602-603-4040
FAX: 602-603-4242

Our office is closed during most major holidays.

Monday – Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 7am – 3pm
Weekends: Closed

TREATMENTS

OTHER INFO

Serving Peoria, Anthem, Cave Creek, Carefree, North Scottsdale, and North Phoenix, AZ Our office is closed during most major holidays.

CONTACT

ADDRESS: 34406 N 27th Dr, Building 6 Ste 140 (office #123) Phoenix, AZ 85085

PHONE: 602-603-4040
FAX: 602-603-4242

Our office is closed during most major holidays.

Monday – Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 7am – 3pm
Weekends: Closed

TREATMENTS

OTHER INFO

Serving Peoria, Anthem, Cave Creek, Carefree, North Scottsdale, and North Phoenix, AZ Our office is closed during most major holidays.

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