The answer to this question is the ability of an individual to walk with a broken Big Toe depends on the type of the fracture. In case of a nondisplaced fracture of the big toe, the individual will be able to walk some distances but it will tend to cause significant pain. In cases of a nondisplaced fracture, it will not be possible for an individual to move the foot, let alone walking on that foot, as the bones of the big toe completely move out of alignment and are not in shape to give stability to the foot.
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