A 35-year-old male presents after a fall from height (10 feet) during a failed escape from prison

A 35-year-old male presents after a fall from height (10 feet) during a failed escape from prison. He complains chiefly of left foot pain. He denies pain elsewhere. He denies numbness, tingling or paresthesia in the left leg. He ambulates without assistance at baseline.
PMH: None. Denies tobacco use.
Focused physical exam of the left foot demonstrates swelling and ecchymosis at the left heel. The are no open wounds or skin tinting. Compartments are soft. Neurovascularly in tact distally.
If you choose Operative management, would you discharge the patient and perform later as an outpatient or admit for acute fixation?
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