My teenage daughter broke her collarbone. Initially, the X-ray showed the fracture forming a peak. She had severe pain, but after several days the pain graduated to soreness. Then, while walking and carrying a glass of milk and package of cookies she started screaming in pain. For 12 hours she had spasms and shooting pain. She described it as worse than the initial break. A week later, her scheduled followup X-ray showed the bone had shifted. Her orthopedic specialist said that is what caused the spasms and shooting pain. The bone is now overlapping but with one part at an angle and the other wedged beneath. Recommendation we have been given is to allow it to heal naturally.