The only thing that comes to mind is popping it back into socket. It's what people do when their shoulder is out of socket. The joints are different but in my mind the ideas are the same.
It needs to be placed back into position by a physician. sometimes bones may realign themselves, but I would recommend that you have it evaluated by a physician. If you do not have it evaluated and realigned by a medical professional, it could end up causing you problems later on once healed.
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