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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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3/3/13 9:16 A


Your doctor would be your best source of advice as to what you can and cannot do, especially when dealing with a fracture. And we may not think too much of our toes since they are small compared to other bones, however all stability within our body begins with our foot so we need to make sure that doing any exercises does not cause a change in the way you perform the exercise so that you develop a new problem.

I wish you a speedy recovery!

Coach Nancy

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3/3/13 12:08 A

Try the Limited Mobility center at


The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
ANGIEN9 Posts: 3,219
3/2/13 11:22 P

Hi! I broke my pinkie toe on my right foot on Thursday night. I am able to walk, but not for a long time. Stairs are hard. Any suggestions for some good exercises for me until it heals up a bit? I know there are videos in the Spark Library and will look at a few seated ones. Any other ideas? No access to a pool now.

Thanks! Angie

~~Angie ~~
Just taking it one day at a time!!!

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