A stressfracture is caused by unusual or repeated stress and continuous weight on the ankle. Typically a stressfracture occurs in weight-bearing bones, for example the tibia (bone of the lower leg
Run Well! - StressFracturesby
The lower leg – Tibia
Ø The thigh – Femur
There are 5... together at the back
The Tibia is the larger of the two lower leg bones...
Sure, if the fracture didn't heal properly in such a way as to make your broken leg equal in length to your unbroken one, walking lopsided can eventually lead to back pain. It doesn't take much difference...
I can't help with the taping, but I would suggest that you not participate in the triathalon. If you really do have a stressfracture, that needs to be your highest priority.
as seen by those who are athletes the stressfracture is minute, but can have a huge impact on their performance. What we know... it will eventually give out from the pressure. A stressfracture may be small, but it’s impact can be huge...
Wendy: Running After a StressFractureby
I'm very excited to say I am truely back to running. Maybe not back to my usual mileage or speed, but definitely back in the game. Starting with test runs that lasted only a minute or two and working my way up from there,