Well, once you have gracefully recovered, your first order of business is to find a spot where you can take off those heels and prop your foot up with an ice bag. Step two (no pun intended) is to start a regular regimen of anti-inflammatories to help with pain and swelling. And then start combing your closet for cute flats with a cushioned sole or, better yet, your tennis shoes.
If you suspect it may be more than a sprain or prefer to get it checked out, St. Luke's has six Urgent Care Center locations, open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. They offer board-certified physicians, as well as on-site X-ray and Lab services. More on locations, hours and services.
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