In Singapore, the number of traffic accidents resulting in injuries increased slightly from 8,058 cases in 2015 to 8,277 cases in 2016. These injuries can have considerable impact on quality of life, and often carry with them not just significant economic costs, but also tremendous personal and social losses. They can diminish quality of life and lead to functional and occupational activity impairments, as well as psychological problems. Fractures of the lower extremities, in particular, have a major impact on functional status and health-related quality of life.The rehabilitation phase is crucial for a good quality of life and outcome among these patients. Even if the injuries are not life threatening and do not need hospitalisation, they can still make a huge impact on the life of the injured person.