The primary treatments for a broken toe include staying off the foot as much as possible and resting, according to WebMD. In most cases, the toe heals on its own as long as no further damage occurs. If the pain is severe... More »

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Symptoms of a broken toe include swelling, pain and stiffness of the digit in question, according to MedicineNet. The toe may also be bruised or take on a deformed look, and it may cause difficulty in walking. More »

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The average recovery time for a broken toe is around four to six weeks, according to Mayo Clinic. Doctors generally immobilize a broken toe by taping it to the toe next to it, a technique known as buddy taping. More comp... More »

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To care for a broken toe, apply ice with cloth on the toe for up to 20 minutes each hour two to three times daily; take ibuprofen, naproxen or acetaminophen to relieve pain; rest properly; and elevate the foot to reduce ... More »

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To treat a broken toe at home, elevate the foot higher than the heart, and ice the area for up to 20 minutes at a time to reduce swelling and pain, states Mayo Clinic. Wrap the ice in a towel to avoid direct contact with... More »

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According to the National Library of Medicine, broken toe bones are a common injury that can be healed at home without surgery, providing it is not a serious injury, such as an injury that involves open wounds or results... More »

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The average recovery time for a broken toe is around four to six weeks, according to Mayo Clinic. Doctors generally immobilize a broken toe by taping it to the toe next to it, a technique known as buddy taping. More comp... More »

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