Rehabilitate Fractured/Broken Arm
The medical term for a broken bone is a fracture. If you are suffering from a fractured arm, the injury most likely involves the ulna, the radius and/or the humerus – the three bones that make up the arm. Broken or fractured bones usually take 4-6 weeks to heal, however rehabilitation after the cast is removed can take another 2-3 months.
It is incredibly important that you take care during this period because the bone is still very weak. Performing daily exercises, such as training with Powerball are extremely beneficial at this point, as they greatly help to speed up recovery by strengthening weak bones. Spinning Powerball, even at slow speeds, is enough to greatly increase circulation and stimulate the flow of oxygen-rich nutrients to weak bones. Here, these nutrients quickly repair damage, resulting in a faster, more effective recovery for your arm.