You can assume someone has a broken bone if pain lasts more than a few minutes, moving the injured area is difficult, or there is swelling.
For transporting the victim long distance, it’s best to immobilize the joint above and below the break to prevent further injury and relieve pain. Don’t straighten the limb—splint it the way you found it.
For a broken foot, remove the shoe and tie a pillow or thick padding around the foot.
To splint a broken leg:
Place a blanket or some other type of thick padding between the legs. If you do not have a padded material, you can use bound leaves or the end branches of evergreen trees like Spruce or Pine.
Bind the injured leg to the uninjured one with strips of nylon webbing from core of belt.
Bind the legs together snugly above and below the
painful area with the outer cord of belt.
For Arm injuries, you can use heavy tree bark to form a curved and stable wrap to set the arm or several small sticks and create a circular enclosure around the arm with leaves on the inside as padding. Use the inner core of your ProWeb to wrap and adjust the position of the arm, then wrap around the neck and set into position.