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The Spenco Total Support Insoles are great for our Aching Calves!!!

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What Are Shin Splints?

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If you're asking the question, what are shin splints, you may have been feeling some pain in the area of your shin, which is your tibia bone. Shin splints is a general term for pain anywhere in the lower leg. Some experts define it as medial tibial pain along the proximal two-thirds of the bone while others say it is any long lasting pain on the medial surface of the tibia and the distal two-thirds of the lower leg without signs of a stress fracture. What are Shin Splints? A Muscle Imbalance Problem Shin splints can be a problem with...

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Shin Splints: Cause, Prevention & Treatment with the Use of Insoles

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Shin splints (or Tibial Stress Syndrome) are a common leg pain or condition that athletes, dancers, and runners incur; however, its more of a symptom of an underlying problem. Typically, the pain is associated with the lower part of the leg between the ankle and the knee towards the shin bone. Shin splints will often heal on their own with basic medical treatment and rest; however, if the pain is persistent and/or increasing in intensity, one should seek medical advice from a physician. The pain associated with shin splints is most often a dull achy pain. Yet shin splints can...

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Shin Splints

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Shin splints refer to leg pain between the knee and ankle that is caused by damage or inflammation of those tendons and muscles. Its important to visit your doctor to rule out fractures if the stress is severe. Shin splints are generally caused by over-using the involved muscles and tendons through increased exercise or running. However, over-pronation, or excessive bending of the foot, can also be a contributor, since arches that arent doing their job properly cause other leg muscles to work harder. There are many ways to treat shin splints; its best to consult with your doctor before beginning...

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