Cody Hollister, receiver for the University of Arkansas, sustained an injury during practice that broke his foot. Hollister will have to undergo surgery for the injury, but is expected to be back on the field soon. While the team does not have any information as to when the player will return, this is the second injury for an Arkansas receiver this season. Keon Hatcher is set to miss six weeks after surgery for his broken foot. This season Hollister has had four receptions for 65 yards in two games.
A broken foot requires immediate medical attention and treatment. If you are seeking treatment for a broken foot, visit one of our podiatrists of Wayne Foot and Ankle Center, P.A. Our doctors will assess your injury and provide you with quality treatment.
Broken Foot Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
A broken foot is caused by one of the bones in the foot typically breaking when bended, crushed, or stretched beyond its natural capabilities. Usually the location of the fracture indicates how the break occurred, whether it was through an object, fall, or any other type of injury.
Common Symptoms of Broken Feet:
- Blue (foot)
Those that suspect they have a broken foot shoot seek urgent medical attention where a medical professional could diagnose the severity.
Treatment for broken bones varies depending on the cause, severity and location. Some will require the use of splints, casts or crutches while others could even involve surgery to repair the broken bones. Personal care includes the use of ice and keeping the foot stabilized and elevated.