It is difficult to walk in the days following a toe amputation, but after four weeks, it is easy to walk with simple balance adjustment, writes MyHealth.Alberta.ca. Balance improves over time after a toe amputation, and ... 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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Recovery time for a large toe joint replacement varies from one patient to another and can take as long as 12 weeks, states the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society. Doctors remove stitches 10 to 15 days following t... 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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Rib subluxation, a condition where a rib is not aligned correctly, can be treated with a chiropractic adjustment, stretching and yoga, according to Dr. Barrie Lewis for Chiropractic Help. Rib subluxation treatments are o... More »

The correct way to treat a sprained toe is to use rest, ice, compression, and elevation to reduce pain and swelling, according to WebMD. Another method to help the toe heal faster is to "buddy-tape" it to the toe next to... More »

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To stretch a pulled toe tendon, sit in a chair, and place heels on the floor while reaching down and pulling the big toe toward the ankle, advises WebMD. When pulling the toe, hold the position for 15 to 30 seconds, repe... More »

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