Frank, I apologize, I answered this last night, but obviously it did not send correctly. Thx for the info. It is not clear to me that a fractured coccyx (tailbone) is causing your persistent pain. The coccyx is the end of the vertebral column. It is attached directly to the Sacrum. It is also attached to the Iliac (your "hip" bone) & Ishium (the bones you sit on) by several ligaments. More importantly, The rectal muscles and muscles of the pelvic floor attach to the coccyx via tendons. Persistent pain can be caused by injury to any one of these structures. Typical coccygeal fracture pain include pain with finger pressing on the coccyx, pain when sitting, and pain with stool movements. Treatment of the pain begin with ice, OTC anti-inflammatory meds (ex. ibuprofen) & doughnut pillows to sit on. The next step is local injections of local anesthetics and anti-inflammatory meds (ex. Marcaine & Steroid injections). Surgical removal is the last option, typically, due to possible side effects of the missing bony attachments (eg. difficulty with passing stool).
The next step for you would be to have a thorough exam & X-rays by an Orthopedic Surgeon to definitively diagnose which structure is causing the pain. He/She will then list out a treatment plan for you. Make sure to ask what the next steps are if the first few therapies do not give you relief.
I hope this helps you. The following link is an article for patients that you may find helpful in understanding more detail. emedicinehealth.com/tailbone_coccyx_injury/article_em.htm