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How do you treat a fractured toe?

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As long as there is not deformity of the toe it is usually splinted to the toe next to it and use a rigid shoe so there is no toe movement.

In brief: See below

As long as there is not deformity of the toe it is usually splinted to the toe next to it and use a rigid shoe so there is no toe movement.
Dr. Arnold Beresh
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In brief: X-rays and taping

Get an x-ray first.
If it is fracturedp fractured toe for next longer one for support and split.

In brief: X-rays and taping

Get an x-ray first.
If it is fracturedp fractured toe for next longer one for support and split.
Dr. Steven Frydman
Dr. Steven Frydman
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