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What are Foot Bone Fractures?

Description of the disease

Fractures of the bones of the foot are injuries to the bones that make up the foot. They can occur as a result of trauma or in the case of weakened bone tissue.


  • Closed fracture
  • Open fracture
  • Displaced fracture
  • Non-displaced fracture


  • Swelling and severe pain in the area of the injury
  • Inability to stand on the foot
  • Deformation of the foot


Fractures of the bones of the foot can be caused by trauma, such as falls, car accidents, or sports injuries. Weakened bone tissue (osteoporosis) is also a risk factor for fractures.


X-rays and computed tomography are used to detect fractures of the foot. Sometimes magnetic resonance imaging may be required for a more detailed study of the tissues.


Treatment of foot fractures may include wearing a plaster cast, rehabilitation, physiotherapy, or in some cases, surgery to restore the correct bone structure.


  • Observing safety measures when engaging in sports
  • Proper nutrition to maintain bone health
  • Avoiding traumatic situations


Fractures of the foot are treated by a traumatologist-orthopedist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.