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Source: Sources: David Shih, M.D., chief medical officer, CityMD, a chain of urgent-care clinics; Nicholas Kman, M.D., emergency physician, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus



Suspect you broke a peripheral bone (foot, ankle, wrist, finger)? Urgent-care docs can X-ray it and put on a temporary splint, then refer you to an orthopedic M.D.

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