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Your toes are comprised of very delicate, thin bones. When you stub your toe, if it gets stepped on, or if you drop something on it the pain can be intense. But how can you tell the difference between just a stubbed toe and one that is actually broken and needs to be looked at by a foot doctor? Frisco patients can check for a few tell-tale signs that could indicate which is the case for you. If you suspect your toe is broken based on the symptoms that we’ve laid out below, make sure that you call Dr. Verville today at (214) 385-8822. There are a variety of painful and costly issues that can happen if you don’t get your broken toe treated that we’ve outlined below. Make sure that you take a look through our Review page to see some of the incredibly kind things our patients have to say about Dr. Verville.
Frisco patients that have injured their toe should take some time to figure out if their toe is broken. Here are a few ways to tell.
Leaving a broken toe to “heal on its own” can not only cause problems in the future, but it could also require surgery to fix. If you’ve got a broken toe here are a few reasons to call a foot doctor. Frisco men and women whose toes are swollen, bruised, or painful to walk on should most certainly call Dr. Verville today.
Dr. Verville has over 10 years of experience as a foot doctor and has conducted over 1,500 surgeries. On top of that, our patients absolutely love her. She works hard to develop lasting and trusting relationships with all of her patients. She has built her practice on providing kind, compassionate, and gentle care for all of her patients. Get in contact with us at out office in Frisco.
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