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Stress Fracture of the Ankle

Stress fractures are common in foot and ankle bones because people continually place force on their feet by standing, walking, running and jumping. 

What causes a stress fracture?

What are symptoms of a stress fracture?



We, United Foot and Ankle, strive to give our patients the best treatment options. If you or any loved ones are experiencing similar symptoms, please feel free to contact us at (732) 979-2035. We are located in East Brunswick, Keyport, Perth Amboy, and Bayonne. We look foward to seeing you.




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