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"Broken Toe" by Sandy Patient Expert my toes and pretty colors of black, blue red...lol I had to add some humor ! Well, got myself up with help... me nothing was broke go home ice it blah, blah blah...well as the day went on the more it swelled and pain was awful...
First Aid for Heart attack , Burns, Cuts, Fracture and Poisons and bites by Niyaprakash Patient Expert can be used on a mild burn Burns on the face and neck can sometimes swell to cause difficulty in breathing... exposed body parts FIRST AID FOR FRACTURE Find out how the accident occurred and the location...
Ouch! by Donald Patient Expert (Warning: pictures of feet attached.) Say ... does one of these toes look strange to anyone? So much for all those epic runs I had planned. I used to consider the pinky toe a generally useless appendage...
Are Podiatrists Real Doctors? by Michael Nirenberg (ulcers) • Infections • Sprains and fractures • Ankle pain or weakness • Nerve problems and neuropathy... problems I see are:    • Heel and/or arch pain • Ingrown toe nails     • Bunions (bumps on the inside...
Are Podiatrists Real Doctors? by Michael Nirenberg • Ingrown toe nails     • Bunions (bumps on the inside of the big toe) • Hammertoes (bent toes) • Flat feet • Foot or ankle arthritis • Fungal toenails • Sores (ulcers) • Infections • Sprains...
LIMPING DOGS AND CATS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven injuries that resolve with rest. However, more serious injuries, such as fractures and bony injury, joint..., try to identify the specific site and possible cause. First examine the foot and look between the toes. Many cases...
From the Ground Up: Keeping your Ankles Strong and Stable by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven , your foot may come up short and twist laterally, resulting in a potential sprain or even fracture... like a hinge around one axis, it is resistant to lateral movements. Typically an ankle sprain occurs...
Low back pain can be traced to the feet. by Carol Grant can change these arches which can then cause foot pain. Injuries such as sprained ankles can cause swelling...? Do you have obvious foot problems such as bunions, corns, flat feet, etc.? Do your feet toe out when you’re walking...
Lessons from the Past by Mark .. Patient Expert in a pickup truck and sprained my ankle really badly. I could barely put any weight on it, but stubborn.... I think I broke just about every rule going during that run - my foot swelled up so badly I couldn't fit...
RSD...THE MISUNDERSTOOD PAIN DISEASE by thematrix777 Patient ExpertHealth Maven syndrome. Strangely, it often develops after a seemingly minor injury such as a stubbed toe or sprained... what was wrong. In the meantime, her symptoms worsened. She battled fatigue, swelling, stiffness and chronic pain...

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Causes ... ou may experience pain in the buttocks, thigh, calves, feet and toes due to irritation of the sciatic nerve, which runs down bot ... » Read on
Symptoms ... pain, swelling, bruising, and ... » Read on