If the bones in your finger are closed to where they are supposed to be, you may have a closed reduction of your finger. If your finger doesn’t need surgery, you’ll be given a splint to wear on your finger. You may be told how to tape your finger to the finger(s) next to it for extra support.
After a few weeks you’ll come in for more x-rays to make sure that your finger is healing correctly.
If the bones in your finger aren’t where they are supposed to be, or if they don’t heal, you may need surgery.