Although to some people toe injuries may seem minor, for others a toe injury, particularly a broken toe can be a serious injury and can limit your ability to do your day-to-day job and everyday activities. Foot and toe injuries are relatively common and, while they may sound mild compared to other bone breakages, they can have a significant impact on your life, sometimes causing issues that can last for the rest of your life.
There are many ways in which you may sustain foot and toe injuries. You may have contact with objects - such as tripping over immobile objects, kicking a toe, or crushing injuries. Toe injuries can range from mild, such as a stubbed toe, through to serious, such as a crush injury causing multiple injuries, or an extremely serious injury an amputation of a toe or toes.
Some of the most common foot and toe injuries are caused by:
Crush Injuries: where the toes or foot is trapped between two objects causing damage such as soft tissue damage, broken bones, ligament damage, bleeding, and pain.
Breaks: Where a bone in the toe is broken due to impact or contact with an object.
Sprains and Strains: Where the toes have soft tissue damage, swelling and pain.
Amputation: Where the toes are partially or completely amputated due to trauma.
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