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Broken Toe Questions

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Oct 9, 2016.

  1. admin

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    In September I had a horse step on my foot. My boots have a protective hardened toe, but the horses foot landed on my little toe and outside part of my foot that was not protected. I didn't think anything was wrong until the next day when it was very swollen. It hurt to walk on or flex, and also took on a bruised tinge. The outside of my foot next to the little toe was also hurting. I buddy tapped the little toe to the one next to it, and also used athletic tape to wrap around the top of my...

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