Don’t Wait — Investigate: Fractures Don’t Always Act Like Their Stereotypes

x-ray clinicThe stereotypical image of a bone fracture is one of immediacy and obviousness — something happens, you feel the bone break, you can see that the bone is broken, and you feel intense pain. Yet not all fractures act that way, so if you are having pain that you can’t explain, getting checked out is essential. However, if your regular doctor is not available, you might shrug off the pain for a while. That, unfortunately, can lead to worse issues.