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Possible fractured toe. Is there treatment for it?

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Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Podiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Likely

Depending on the location and whether a joint is affected can alter treatment plans.
In a non-displaced, non-articular (not involving a joint) we often buddy splint the affected toe to it's neighbor for 4 weeks. If the joint is involved there are times when surgery is considered to either remove the fracture fragment or primarily repair the fracture with fixation.

In brief: Likely

Depending on the location and whether a joint is affected can alter treatment plans.
In a non-displaced, non-articular (not involving a joint) we often buddy splint the affected toe to it's neighbor for 4 weeks. If the joint is involved there are times when surgery is considered to either remove the fracture fragment or primarily repair the fracture with fixation.
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Thank

In brief: Yes

Tape the toe to the next bigger one.
.If still having problem..Get an x-ray.

In brief: Yes

Tape the toe to the next bigger one.
.If still having problem..Get an x-ray.
Dr. Steven Frydman
Dr. Steven Frydman
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