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  • Vie Stress fracture, Tibia

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 295 lbs
    • 5' 5"
    • St joseph mo
    14
    Mar2018
    • Injury Status In Pain
    • Physical activity per week 0-4 hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? No
      Not Improved
      Rest

    Sitting chair exercise , some walking when not in pain I want to be able to W all a longer distance and to not have To pause because I'm in pain

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  • Anonymous Stress fracture, Tibia

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 120 lbs
    • 5' 6"
    • Mount Pleasant, Tenn.
    13
    Apr2018
    • Injury Status Cured
    • Physical activity per week 8+ hours
    • Chronicity 0 - 6 Months
    • Repeat injury? No
      Improved
      Physical Therapy, Rest

    No longer drive, use wheelchair outside and walker in house for prevention.I would like to Improve my hammertoes.

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  • Anonymous Stress fracture, Tibia

    • Age n/a
    • 160 lbs
    • 5' 8"
    • Denver, Colorado
    22
    Sep2017
    • Injury Status Recovering
    • Physical activity per week 8+ hours
    • Chronicity 6-18 Months
    • Repeat injury? No
      Almost Cured
      Improved
      Physical Therapy, Rest, Crutches
      Not Improved
      Acetaminophen

    I work on my feet every day. I am a chef. I broke both bones in my ankle, and had surgery. I have gone to physical therapy, chiropractor and worked with a massage therapist. My ankle is still really stiff. I do exercises every other day, to try to get it to work better. My surgeon will respond if I ask questions, but he seems to think that I will just have a stiffness and have trouble on stairs for a long time. I think the chiropractor and the massage therapist have helped. Physical therapist doesn't have any other ideas for me: I can go to work and that's all they care about.

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  • Georgoia Stress fracture, Tibia

    • Age 35-54
    • Female
    • 194 lbs
    • 5' 2"
    • Olathe, ks
    13
    Jan2017
    • Injury Status In Pain
    • Physical activity per week 0-4 hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? No
    • Doctor/Care Giver Philip Martin
      Improved
      Rest
      Not Improved
      Physical Therapy, Crutches, Acetaminophen, Bone stimulator
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  • Anonymous Stress fracture, Tibia

    • Age 55+
    • Female
    • 245 lbs
    • 5' 2"
    • Bham Ala
    04
    Oct2016
    • Physical activity per week 4-8 hours
    • Chronicity 18+ Months
    • Repeat injury? No
      Not Improved
      Rest
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