Broken Toe

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Last Updated: 05 May 2022

A broken toe is a common injury that's most frequently brought on by going down something on your foot or stubbing your toe. You can break your toe by hitting it versus something, kicking something too hard, falling, going down something on your toe, or in sporting activities via repetitive activities. You might experience pain, swelling, wounding, or other signs of a fracture. You ought to use and elevate the foot ice. Treatment by a physician may consist of a treatment where the broken bone may need to be put back into place. Some toe cracks need to be splinted or casted. WebMD describes what grass toe is, what causes lawn toe, and exactly how it's treated. WebMD clarifies the causes, symptoms, medical diagnosis, therapy, and overview for a broken toe.

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