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Stress fractures are weak spots or small cracks in the bone caused by continuous overuse, most commonly during a sport or strenuous activity.
Your muscles become so fatigued by the extra work, they transfer the stress to the bones and a tiny crack appears. The crack expands if you keep doing the stress-causing activity. Learn more
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Imaging tests can help diagnose a stress fracture.Learn more »
Treating a stress fracture usually is relatively simple. Learn how.Learn more »
Discover what you can do to prevent future stress fractures.Learn more »
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