Fracture Foot

There are 26 bones in the foot. These bones support our weight and allow us to walk and run. Certain activities or injuries can cause a fracture, or “break,” in one or more of these bones. Pain, swelling, redness, and even bruising are signs of a possible fracture. Fractures of the foot can be diagnosed by x-rays or other studies. A foot and ankle surgeon can determine the best treatment course. Often rest, icing, and immobilization are the treatments; however surgery is sometimes necessary to repair the fracture.

Additional Information:
LisFranc Injury
Fracture Fifth Metatarsal
Fracture of the Calcaneus

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Foot & Ankle Association of Secane, PC (Secane)

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