In the simplest terms, a sports fracture is a broken bone. When your bones break, they'll typically break in one or more places. Some breaks are small, while others are hairline cracks or complete breaks. When a bone is broken, it is moved out of alignment in most cases....

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  Most individuals experience one or more of these injuries throughout life according to medical and fitness experts. There are long term consequences to each condition if the injury isn't allowed to heal properly. As adults and children participate in repetitive activities, daily damages to muscles, bones or tendons occur....

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Running places a force of three to four times the body's weight onto the foot, which overtime can lead to a few painful problems. Here we will be explaining common conditions , like heel spurs and flat feet. Heel Spurs: A heel spur is a calcium deposit or small bone...

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