Toe Fracture Support
The toes are made up of long bones called phalanges. In the great toe there are two phalanges and one joint, in toes 2 to 4 there are three phalanges and two joints. When people talk about a fractured toe, they are referring to a fracture in one of the phalanges.
Fractures toes usually result from trauma or injury, such as stubbing of the toe or dropping a heavy object onto then toe. A fractured toe is characterised by pain, swelling, stiffness, bruising or deformity of the toe. This may make walking difficult.
Conservative management may include:
To determine the most appropriate treatment for you, we recommend booking an initial consultation to discuss your concerns in more detail.