Shin Splints

We don’t spend much time thinking about our shins until they hurt. Most frequently shin splints occur upon starting a new exercise routine, typically one that involves more running. Don’t let this problem stop your new commitment to living healthier! We’ve put together several tips to help combat shin splints.



If any of these tips does not improve the shin splints then it is time to seek out the help of a podiatrist. Sometimes the pain from shin splints can be more serious, a stress fracture may be the cause of continued pain.

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