Related Resources - Can You Walk on a Stress Fracture?

Stress fractures are tiny cracks that develop in the weight-bearing bones. These are often caused by repetitive force to bone such as during long marches, by repeatedly jumping up and down, or by running long distances. Because the cracks are tiny, you may be able to walk despite them, albeit painfully. Read more: Can You Walk on a Stress Fracture? Article

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