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Blog posts tagged in stress fracture
The bottom of your foot consists of three separate arch segments, two that run along the length of the foot and one that transverses the width. In addition to these components, the arch is made up of many other connective tissues and muscles so there is a wide variety of potential causes of arch pain. Your...
Stress fractures can be a difficult thing to diagnose, but they're generally a very easy thing to treat. Many active patients come in with pain, most often in the front part of their foot, swollen, and completely flummoxed about the source of this new pain, since they don't recall any injury to the area.
This series will explore the most common running injuries, their treatment, and prevention. In this entry, stress fractures.