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Stress Fracture Recovery
So you found out you have a stress fracture & were told to rest for 6-8 weeks, then start running again...
But is that really the best way to go about recovery??
Often after a stress fracture diagnosis, you're either sent to physical therapy 2-3x/week for non-running specific care, or told to just rest for 6-8 weeks then start running again.
Neither of which sets you up for an optimal return to run, or more importantly, helps you reduce your risk of stress fracture recurrence.
My personal experience with multiple stress fractures caused me to question that way of doing things - there had to be a better way, a way that would allow me to take an active role in my recovery while learning to trust my body and stop this from happening again.
One of my primary goals as a physical therapist & coach is to help runners properly rehab from stress fractures, so you can be consistent in your training & racing and enjoy running for the long-term.
If you're looking for a plan to facilitate your recovery & get you back to running healthy for the long term, I'd love to help - reach out for a free phone consult below!
Questions? Contact me!
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