Calcaneal Stress Fractures

Calcaneal Stress Fractures are the second most common stress fracture in the foot and a typically an overuse injury. They can be diagnosed clinically with the calcaneal squeeze test and be confirmed with an MRI. The recovery can take months.

Useful Resources:
C is for the Calcaneal Squeeze Test (Podiatry ABC)
What is a calcaneal stress fracture? (Curation)
How to treat a calcaneal stress fracture? (Podiatry FAQ)
Causes of higher risk of stress fractures in female runners (Medical Dispatch)
Calcaneal Stress Fracture (PodiaPaedia)
Calcaneal stress fracture – forefoot or rearfoot strikers? (Run Research)
Do you have a stress fracture of the calcaneus? (Abilgic)
Calcaneal stress fractures in minimalist/barefoot runners (Podiatry Arena)
Calcaneal stress fractures in minimalist/barefoot runners (Foot Health Forum)