The term "orthopaedic trauma" is broad since it covers a wide range of injuries, from minor fractures to life-threatening car accidents. While there are many distinct types of traumatic orthopaedic injuries, surgeons who specialise in this field all have the same goal in mind: to restore function to the injured body part(s) as fast and successfully as possible. A major injury to the skeletal or muscular system induced by an external force, such as a fall or a vehicle accident, is referred to as orthopaedic trauma. While this type of injury isn't necessarily fatal, it can be life-altering, which is why it's critical to seek medical help as soon as possible. Any serious injury to the bones, joints, and/or soft tissue induced by an external source is referred to as orthopaedic trauma. These injuries are frequently, but not always, the result of a sudden event, such as a vehicle accident or a fall. Trauma can also be produced by overuse; for example, tibial stress fractures, which are small hairline cracks in the lower leg, are prevalent.