Can you break your foot and still be able to walk on it?

Answer FALSE! The old "if you can move it, it's not broke" saying is absolutely not true, and I've witnessed it many many times. In fact, several years ago I thought I had just sprained my ankle, was wa... Read More »

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Can you walk if you break the bridge of your foot?

A person may be able to walk with a fractured bridge, or midfoot, and the injury is often mistaken for a sprain. If the injury is severe enough, you may not be able to stand, much less walk. Regard... Read More »

Can soaking your foot in vinegar and then going jogging really break your foot?

no, but those wil be some stinky sneakers...whew

Is it possible to break a bone in your foot and?

It's possible, and by the way, it would depend what type and size of pressure your puttting your foot under.

If you were able to scoop your eye out of your socket could you still see from it?

Assuming that the nerve and the blood supply were intact there would be three other factors to consider. The shape of the eyeball would need to stay as it normally is (if you squeezed your eyeball... Read More »