Treating Broken Bones
Open 7-days a week, our doctors and medical staff can make a proper diagnosis to determine whether a bone fracture has occurred, and formulate a plan of action to get you on your way to recovery.
All Physicians Immediate Care clinics are equipped with x-ray systems operated by a licensed Radiologic Technologist. Our clinics also have the resources to stabilize and splint broken fingers, toes, and other mild fractures.
For extreme fractures, including compound fractures (if the bone has breached the skin), you should seek treatment at an emergency room or contact 911 for emergency treatment.
Common Types of Broken Bones
- Stress fracture
- Simple fracture
- Buckle fracture
- Compound fracture
- Comminuted fracture
Symptoms of Broken Bones
- Swelling, bruising or bleeding
- Intense pain when pressure applied
- Numbness and tingling
- Limited mobility of limb
- Limb noticeably out of place
If you suspect that you or a loved one may have a broken bone, stop by any of the Physicians Immediate Care clinics near you for an examination to determine the best treatment. You can also contact us for further information and reserve your time online to help streamline your visit.