That depends on the type of fracture, i.e. is it in good position, is it displaced, where is the fracture- head neck shaft, base? Is it a Jones fracture? That's a whole different ball game. What is your concern specifically about the treatment that was rendered? Did you voice your concerns to your doctor?
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