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Should I see a doctor for a possible peroneal sublaxation?

I fell on my ankle and it turned inward, right after I was in excruciating pain and was not able to put any weight on it. I went to an urgent care where an xray was ordered to make sure it wasn't broken. The doctor was quick and not thorough. It isn't broken just sprained (level 3 I think, she didn't say) but I believe the peroneal tendon is torn or sublaxed. Every time I move it upward or turn it, something pops right on the ankle bone where I've read the peroneal tendon is. She said to wait a week and see if it feels better. Is a peroneal tear or sublaxation something that can go away on its own?
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