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!