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Broken Toe (cont.)

Broken Toe Treatment

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A broken toe may or may not require prolonged medical care. Home remedies to care for a broken toe at home include elevation, rice, and rest. If the fracture is severe it may require medical attention, a tetanus shot, pain medication, or surgery. The injured toe should be assessed by a physician to determine if more than simple immobilization is necessary.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/6/2014

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