Can you break a bone in your foot that feels like a sprain?
Yes, it's possible to break a bone in your foot and think you have a sprain
wrist,collarbone and your fingers The easiest bone to break is the collar bone. It only takes 10 pounds of pressure to break. The smallest ones are the easiest to break, so mostly the ones in your smaller toes, also because they jut out from your feet - like stubbing your toe? Sometimes you can break it that way, or if something very heavy falls on your foot.
Is it true that if you have a fracture on any part of your foot you cant stand up and it will pain a lot?
A sprain is a slight or severe tear in a ligament caused by over-extension of a joint First degree sprain - is a tear of only a few fibers of the ligament. Second degree sprain - is a tear of part of a ligament, from a third to almost all its fibers. Third degree sprain - is a complete tear of the ligament
A bone scan showed you broke your Talus bone which is in your foot but you don't remember breaking it or it hurting How is this possible and what could have caused the break?
dude, you must have been drunk, or hi or something. Answer It is possible to break the Talus bone and not realize it and this could be caused from anything from being sports related (football, baseball) or excessive exercise. Many people have broken a bone somewhere in their body and have not realized it. Be thankful!
Consult a medical professional If movement in the foot, or very light pressure on the foot causes pain, you should have the foot x-rayed for a possible fracture. Many people experience nausea when a bone is fractured, due to impulses through the nervous system. If you experienced this, there is a better chance that an actual break has occurred. But pain or swelling is enough to prompt an x-ray check.
Ankle sprains happen when the foot twists, rolls or turns beyond its normal motions. A great force is transmitted upon landing. You can sprain your ankle if the foot is planted unevenly on a surface, beyond the normal force of stepping. This causes the ligaments to stretch beyond their normal range in an abnormal position.
The bone that connects your foot to your leg is called the Talus. Next to the Talus is a foot bone that is called the Navicular. Your heel bone is called the Calcaneus. Your toes are also known as Metatarsal bones. The Talus is the bone of which your Tibia(front of your shin) and your Fibula(behind your Tibia) rest on, letting your feet keep you up and balanced and letting you move from place to…