Where to Go for Minor Fracture Treatment in Norwalk, CT

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After breaking a bone, you’re probably wondering where you should go for treatment. If you’re experiencing symptoms of a severe break—such as shortness of breath, loss of consciousness, excessive bleeding, a noticeable deformity, or a bone protruding through skin—you should call 911 or get to a nearby emergency room as soon as possible. But for minor fracture treatment in Norwalk, Connecticut, you can rely on PhysicianOne Urgent Care, a trusted provider certified by the Urgent Care Association (UCA) and affiliated with the Yale New Haven Health System.

What to Expect When You Visit an Urgent Care for Broken Bones

If you’ve never fractured a bone before, you might be unsure what the treatment process involves. Here’s what you can expect when you visit PhysicianOne Urgent Care for minor broken bone treatment:

  • One of the experienced providers on our team will ask you about your medical history and your injury—this might include questions about how you sustained the injury, when it occurred, what symptoms you’ve experienced since that time, and whether those symptoms have improved or worsened.
  • We’ll perform a physical examination, looking for issues like pain, tenderness, swelling, bruising, an abnormal bump or deformity, and reduced range of motion.
  • If we suspect a fracture, we’ll perform a digital X-ray on-site.
  • If your X-ray confirms that you have a broken bone, we’ll recommend the course of treatment most appropriate for your needs—for a minor fracture, this might include splinting or a cast.

The Convenient Choice for Minor Broken Bone Treatment

At PhysicianOne Urgent Care, we administer minor fracture treatment 365 days per year during extended hours, and we offer scheduled appointments as well as walk-in availability. Visit our Norwalk immediate care center today at 346 Main Avenue, in the old Hour Building.

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