Queensland toddler given arm cast made from old wine box

Queensland toddler given arm cast made from old wine box
Wine not? Doctor makes temporary cast out of VERY unusual material for two-year-old boy who injured his arm after jumping off a coffee table.
A toddler who hurt his arm after falling off a coffee table was given an old-fashioned painkiller when his parents made a makeshift cast out of an old wine box.

Two-year-old Reggie Stockman hurt his arm badly while playing at home in Kairi, in Queensland’s Tableands, on Tuesday night – but after a late-night visit to the hospital, he was sent home and told to return in the morning.

When the pain didn’t go away, the toddler’s worried parents called Dial-A-Doctor and were advised by Dr Brenton Wilson to create a temporary splint out of household items until a proper cast could be fitted.

Reggie’s mother Kimberley Stockman told Daily Mail Australia her youngest child was wincing in pain and desperately needed medical attention.

Queensland toddler given arm cast made from old wine box