Tuesday, April 12, 2016

BV Foot Clinic: Stress Fracture? We'll Put You Back on Solid Footing

                                                            Stress Fracture?  We'll Put You Back on Solid Footing

People often ignore occasional aches and pains, especially when they can attribute them to recent physical exertion; but some symptoms shouldn’t be dismissed. For example, foot pain that arises at the start of a walk or run, eases somewhat, re-intensifies, then subsides after a rest, may indicate a stress fracture. This small crack, usually in one of the metatarsal bones, can be caused by high-impact activities, particularly in those unused to exercising. 

Moreover, naturally, continuing to disregard it will only make it worse. So, if you suspect that you have a stress fracture, come on in and let us put you back on solid footing!

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