Anyone Can Get a Stress Fracture

Start an intense exercise program without preparation and you might get a stress fracture.

Stress fractures occur most commonly in physically active younger people. But middle- and older-age adults get them as well, and possibly for different reasons. Regardless of a person’s age, the earlier a stress fracture is identified and treated the better. A stress fracture is a small crack in a bone. It’s often caused by repetitive force. […]
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