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How can i tell if i have a broken bone in my neck?

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Dr. Clive Segil
Orthopedic Surgery 58 years experience
Xray: Pain and localised tendernees on the bone.

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A 31-year-old member asked:

How can you tell if I have a broken bone?

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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
Hand Surgery 35 years experience
Pain swelling deform: Are all signs of a fracture. An exam and the appropriate x-ray based upon the exam is the typical starting point. Some fractures needed further advanced imaging studies such as MRI , ct scan or bone scan to define.
A 39-year-old member asked:

How can I know if my neck is broken or a bone misplaced?

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Dr. Libby Putnam
Podiatry 12 years experience
See a doctor.: If your neck hurts or you have less range of motion than normal, see a doctor to make sure you don't have a pinched nerve, tendinitis, or other problem in your neck.

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