In sports, phalangeal fractures are common. The first and fifth toes are most commonly involved. Phalangeal are the bones which make fingers and toes. The Great toe has only 2 phalanxes. One is proximal and other one is distal. Second to fifth toes have proximal, middle and distal phalanx. These are jointed with metacarpals of hand and foot. Radiographs, X-rays, bone and MRI Scan are used for the diagnosis of these fractures. Most often these injuries don’t undergo for surgery. Operations are rarely done. Phalangeal fractures are treated with adequate alignment and their motions.