The Toe Bro

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  • TV-14
  • 2019
  • 1 Season
  • 8.1  (99)

The Toe Bro is a reality television show from A&E that first aired in March 2019. The show follows the life of a Canadian foot specialist named Jonathan Tomines who has become popular on social media for his outstanding work in the field of foot care. The show features Jonathan as he treats people who have different sorts of foot problems ranging from ingrown toenails, fungus, corns, and various other conditions that require podiatrists' attention.

The Toe Bro is a show that documents the daily work of Jonathan as he helps his patients overcome various foot issues. The show sets the speaker apart from other medical experts by showing his creative skills in treating foot problems. The approach of the show to taboo topics, such as foot odors, nail cutting, and other aspects of foot care, is impressive. The producers of the show make use of a variety of filming equipment to give audiences close-ups of the procedures, which are gut-wrenching at times, but nonetheless interesting.

One of the things that make the show interesting is the range of clients Jonathan sees. The Toe Bro shows a mix of patients from all walks of life, each with their unique challenges, and watching Jonathan talks them through it is a joy. One of the standout episodes is when Jonathan treats a woman who has been in severe pain for years due to her ingrown toenails. Through a series of consultations and procedures, Jonathan is finally able to fix her toes and provide her with the pain relief she has needed for years.

Another particularly exciting episode features Jonathan treating a man who had a phobia of feet. Despite his fear, the man had been suffering foot-pain for years, and shocking though it might seem, the man’s pain was stronger than his fear. Jonathan was able to connect with the man and teach him how to care for his feet properly. The interaction between Jonathan and the man shows just how vital foot care is and how afraid some people are to seek help.

The show presents a clear picture of the importance of foot hygiene and how neglect can lead to serious health issues. As a result, The Toe Bro is a show that viewers of all ages can enjoy and benefit from. Moreover, the show is an absolute hit for medical students and professionals in the field of nursing, podiatry, and dermatology. The show is a testament to the importance of attention to detail and the right approach to foot care.

The Toe Bro has gained popularity through social media, leading to increased viewership and support from both the public and the medical community. Jonathan's approachable personality, combined with his professionalism and excellent bedside manner, has made him a fan-favorite across the field of foot care. His specialization in foot care procedures, meticulous work ethic, and passion shine through in each episode of the show.

All in all, The Toe Bro is a show that everyone should watch. Viewers will learn how important it is to take care of their feet and nails correctly, what to do when they have problems, and how to prevent future issues. The show is a fun and exciting way to learn about foot care while being entertained. It reminds audiences that medical specialists like Jonathan play a crucial role in society by treating and fixing the problems that affect our daily life. With its entertaining episodes, The Toe Bro is a series that nobody should miss.

The Toe Bro is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on March 5, 2019.

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Reptile Skin
6. Reptile Skin
April 9, 2019
The Toe Bro helps a patient kick her "nasty" feet to the curb so she can be a "fun" grandma again. The nurse becomes the patient as she says good-bye forever to her crazy-thick claw. An obsession with high heels causes a fashionista to walk the painful road to Ingrown City, and the Toe Bro breaks out the tech to help a lizard man cope with calluses that are painfully unnatural.
Itchy to the Bone
5. Itchy to the Bone
April 2, 2019
One patient's decades-old fungal nails are so striking that she named them. Another had to sell his business because he literally can't stand his severely infected ingrown toenails. The Toe Bro ditches a one-year itch, and a daughter's juicy wart removal proves too much for her mother to handle.
Zombie Nail
4. Zombie Nail
March 26, 2019
An Olympic swimmer takes home three new prizes after removing a fungal infection. Then a young man just wants to run and play, but his stubborn ingrown toenails are growing right through his flesh. A young woman needs to be able to deliver a roundhouse kick without pain, and so, after 25 years, she's looking to rid herself of her "gangster" toenails for good.
Mother of All Warts
3. Mother of All Warts
March 19, 2019
Quirky brothers need help with their ingrown toenails and calluses; a drummer wants to feel the beat of the drum without the pain of a wart; a BMX rider with painful toes calls on The Toe Bro to get him back in the saddle.
The Nail Eating Toe
2. The Nail Eating Toe
March 12, 2019
A dancer gets her ingrown toenails permanently removed; toenail trauma leads to fungus on multiple toes for a patient whose only course of action might be more drastic than he ever suspected; a girl fights a stubborn wart.
1. Toezilla
March 5, 2019
Just another day in the office as The Toe Bro sees a former ballet dancer who longs to rid herself of painful ingrown toenails so she can dance again, a diabetic patient that takes back his mobility by having The Toe Bro battle his extreme pincer toenails, and a patient wants to make cracked heels a thing of the past so she can wear those hot new shoes to girls' night out. None of this could prepare The Toe Bro for the Toezilla, a huge big toe ballooning from infection.
Where to Watch The Toe Bro
The Toe Bro is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Toe Bro on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, A&E, Sling, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    March 5, 2019
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (99)