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3 Best Shoes, Highly Recommended for a Broken Toe

For those of you who have a broken toe and are wondering what shoes to wear, these three are the best. Our recommendation is based on comfort, durability, and price. They're also the most affordable, so you may actually be able to afford them. Broken toe shoes, try not to be fooled by the name. It's not just broken toes that these shoes are good for, they're also good if your toe is separated, sprained, or dislocated.

We will discuss in this article the advantages and disadvantages of each and which one you might want to consider depending upon your situation. We will also discuss some of the factors involved in buying a good broken-toe shoe so that you know what to look for before purchasing it. We compare the top three picks below.

1. Orthowedge Forefoot Off-Loading Healing Shoe.

2. Complete Medical Darco Med-Surg Shoe Black Square-Toe Men's.

3. FitPro Adjustable Post-Op Open Square Toe Shoe.

I. Orthowedge Forefoot Off-Loading Healing Shoe

The ortho wedge is a very popular shoe and it is highly recommended for broken toe. The orthopedic foam technology relieves stress pressure preventing the formation of calluses and corns. It also helps with plantar fasciitis, shin splints, runner's knee, and plantar fasciitis. You may not be able to see the pain in your feet, but orthopedics may help alleviate it.

You can use these shoes as everyday shoes because they're stylish. However, while they're quite comfortable, you will need to break them in a bit. If you have wide feet, then you should be fine. However, if your feet are on the wider side, you will need to go down a half-size to ensure proper fit.

Pros

- Shock absorbing.

- Foam construction for better comfort and reduced pain from plantar fasciitis, shin splints, runner's knee, and plantar fasciitis.

- The Ortho wedge technology relieves stress pressure preventing the formation of calluses and corns.

- Good for everyday use.

- They are very durable. You can wear these shoes for a long time without any problems and they will still be comfortable.

- A lot of people love these shoes because they are stylish.

Cons

- Not every podiatrist likes these shoes.

- They may hurt your feet if you have nerve damage, diabetic neuropathy, or a broken toe.

- If you have wide feet then go down a half-size to ensure proper fit.

- These shoes are more expensive than some of the other ones on this list.

- They're not as good for long hours of standing because they do tend to wear out quicker than the others on this list.

- The heal is not very wide.

II. Complete Medical Darco Med-Surg Shoe Black Square-Toe Men's

These shoes are designed for surgical patients and for people who need to wear them long and often. They're made from plastic, which may cause blistering, but they're very comfortable. The upper has been designed with a non-slip surface to maintain optimum stability of the foot.

There's also good arch support, which is very important for people who have broken toes. Furthermore, the doctor recommended these shoes because they have anti-microbial properties. They won't be too warm to wear in the winter and they will keep your feet cool to wear in the summer.

One drawback, though, is that they are made from plastic. If you have sensitive skin or you have a bad skin condition, then you should wear gloves when wearing these shoes.

Pros

- Doctor recommended for surgical patients and people who need to wear them long and often.

- The upper has been designed with a non-slip surface to maintain optimum stability of the foot.

- Good arch support.

- The upper is very durable. You can wear these shoes for a long time without any problems and they will still be comfortable.

- Very lightweight and comfortable even though they're plastic.

- No blistering if you wear them with the correct safeguards.

- There's good air circulation in the shoe.

- They're very comfortable.

Cons

- Not ideal for people with sensitive skin.

- The plastic can cause blistering if not worn with the correct safeguards.

- Plastic may not be suitable for a broken toe that is sensitive to hot and cold temperatures.

- The shoe is not wide enough in the toe.

III. FitPro Adjustable Post-Op Open Square Toe Shoe

These shoes are very comfortable and will work well for a lot of people who have either a broken or dislocated toe. You can also wear these shoes with a broken heel to help protect the bone from further injuries, or if you want to prevent the heel injury from affecting your leg.

These shoes have been proven to reduce shear forces by 50% and pressure by 50%. It features a removable soft toe separator, which is good for people with toe injuries. In addition, it has an adjustable strap for the top that comes in handy for people who want to change the tightness of the shoe.

These shoes have a wide front part and they're very comfortable to wear.

Pros

- Soft toe separator, which is very good for people who have toe injuries.

- Supports fractured or dislocated toes.

- Good arch support.

- The shoe is very durable. You can wear these shoes for a long time without any problems and they will still be comfortable.

- Adjustable strap for the top.

- The shoe has a wide front part, so it's good for people who have wide feet or people with bunions.

- Very comfortable and easy to wear.

- They're not as expensive as some of the other shoes on this list.

- They can be worn for long hours without any problems.

- The shoe is lightweight, which makes these shoes very comfortable to wear even if you're standing for long hours.

Cons

- The knitted material in the shoe might cause rubbing if you wear them for long hours.

- The ankle strap should be adjusted accordingly to avoid the heel from slipping out of the foot.

- The toe separator may not be suitable for people who have small or weak toes.

- The soft toe separator may not be suitable for people who have very small toes.

I hope you can find a pair of shoes that works for you now. If your injury is severe, under anesthesia, or if your pain is unbearable, then I suggest that you visit a doctor or get medical attention immediately by going to the clinic. You should also look for medical insurance to prevent high costs. If you are a beginner who needs help with the shoes, go online and ask around to find other people like yourself and see what they did.

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