Broken Foot Index
A broken foot is a common injury. There are 26 bones in the foot, and these
bones can be broken (fractured) in a variety of ways. Signs and symptoms of a
broken bone in the foot are pain, swelling, redness, bruising, and limping
because the person is not able to walk on the affected foot. You can tell if you
have a broken foot by medical examination that includes imaging studies. The
healing and recovery time for a broken bone in the foot depends upon the type of
fracture and the bones broken.
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