As we age, our bones become weaker and are more susceptible to dangerous bone breaks. This is because older bones form small cracks more easily, which makes bone breaks more likely.
In order to prevent dangerous bone breaks-- and to help determine fractures that may be the result from situations involving nursing home abuse-- it is helpful to understand the types of fractures and what causes them.
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