Stress fractures are very common in athletes and others who do a lot of repetitive weight-bearing exercises such as running or walking. Running or walking causes stress which leads to a small crack or bruise on the bone. These stress fractures are most common in the bones of the foot, where most of your weight is concentrated while doing repetitive exercise. Fractures occur because of overuse, increases in activity, change of running surface, weakened bones, poor technique, bad equipment, and more.
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Hi Lori, thanks for your response it is much appreciated. I have seen my Dr and have an appointment next week with my physio, I need to explore getting an appointment with a consultant and having some further tests/scans etc, in view of my previous history. I will look into some pilates sessions also. Kind Regards, Sue 2b1af7f3a8