This question about pain related to an old fracture made me think about what kind of health question should be on topic here on TGO. There were many well-received first-aid questions and questions about health dangers in high altitude, which clearly make sense in the context of the outdoors. Closer to the question mentioned at the beginning is this question about knee pain going downhill.
In my opinion questions that are asking for recommendations for a personal health problem should not be answered here. Firstly because it is very hard to diagnose over the internet even for a health professional, let alone a layman. And secondly the more personal detail there is, the better the chances to get a useful answer, but the answer becomes less applicable for a wider audience.
Thats why I think the question about the knee pain is very close to that line, but as it is quite general and about a problem that almost anybody walking in the mountains knows, it has a "general relevance". The question about pain in an old fraction in the tibia and fibula however is quite specific. And chronic pain is an extremely complicated issue. So the only good advice is: See your trusted health service provider about your problem, anything else is potentially dangerous speculation or not very helpful commonplace advice like "stop training when it starts to hurt".
Where do we draw the line with health questions?
Edit to address the possible duplicate:
This question is about an explicit close reason for health questions. As I do not propose to ban any kind of health question, I don't propose such a close reason either. The sole answer to the question is indeed also relevant to my question about what kind of health question is on topic, but I still believe some more discussion and detail would be beneficial.