Managing Stress Fractures In Athletes
- Volume 25 - Issue 1 - January 2012
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For further reading, see “Identifying And Treating Stress Fractures And Lateral Ankle Sprains In Athletes” in the February 2010 issue of Podiatry Today, “How To Detect And Treat Running Injuries” in the May 2005 issue or “Secrets To Treating Stress Fracture Of The Ankle” in the June 2002 issue.