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What should I do for a possible fractured heel?
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In brief: 1st get an x-ray
You need to be examined and have an x-ray taken to determine if there is a fracture.

In brief: 1st get an x-ray
You need to be examined and have an x-ray taken to determine if there is a fracture.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Podiatry
In brief: See a physician
If you believe you have a fractured heel bone (the calcaneus) you should see a physician for radiographs (xrays).
Depending of the nature of the injury, location of the fracture (if any) and symptoms, this will require medical attention.

In brief: See a physician
If you believe you have a fractured heel bone (the calcaneus) you should see a physician for radiographs (xrays).
Depending of the nature of the injury, location of the fracture (if any) and symptoms, this will require medical attention.
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Thank
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