LOWER SERUM VITAMIN D LED TO INCREASED STRESS FRACTURES RISK- (12-27-06)

Association Between Serum 25(OH)D Concentrations and Bone Stress Fractures in Finnish Young Men

I think the most interesting thing in this study was the OR–lower serum Vit D levels led to an increase in risk for stress fractures by 3.6 times.  And in a relatively young population that we would not normally think of bone health/Vit D as being of concern.  So add Vit D supplementation to any patients that have stress fractures and shin splints that just won’t heal from anything else.

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