Dr. Cannada shares what a woman should do if the pain from her pelvic fracture does not dissipate.
If a woman has pain after a pelvic fracture she should first check with her orthopedic surgeon to ensure that the fracture is healed and that the pelvic alignment is acceptable. If the bone healing and fracture alignment is acceptable then she should talk to her gynecologist.
About Dr. Cannada, M.D.:
Dr. Lisa K. Cannada, M.D., is an orthopaedic trauma surgeon with an extensive background in teaching and orthopaedic trauma surgery. She completed her medical school at University of Maryland in 1996 and entered her residency at University Hospitals of Cleveland. She came back to Maryland for her trauma fellowship at the RA Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Maryland.
She worked at Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia for three years before accepting a position at the University of Texas-Southwestern. She truly loves her career as an orthopaedic trauma surgeon and is a strong advocate for Women in Orthopaedic Surgery.
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