How To Treat Shin Splints At Home

shin splint painAre the dreaded shin splints giving you trouble? Here is a video that will show you how to treat shin splints yourself – it is easy, effective and will really relieve tension and pain!

As explained in a earlier post, shin splints is the most common lower limb injury in athletes, affecting nearly 10% of all runners!

For more detailed info about what actually causes “shin splints”, check out the link above, otherwise you can get started right now on this easy muscle release…


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It is so important to stick with it and persevere a you cannot sprinkle pixie dust and have this better in a few days, 1-2 weeks and you will feel a real difference, 4-6 weeks and you will be feeling a whole lot better.

Combine this with some good rehab exercises and technique improvement (if you are an athlete/runner) and you will be away!

And remember, reduce how much you wear jandals/thongs/scuffs.


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