Shin splints are a way of describing pain in the lower shin area of the leg and most commonly is isolated to the front inside of your shin (tibia). Numerous factors can cause shin splints, including running on hard surfaces, overpronation of the feet, inadequate footwear, swollen muscles from overuse, or stress fractures. I have fought shin splints for 6 months and finally solved the problem by using my orthotics. Every treatment technique I tried seemed to give me nothing more than temporary relief… then the next time I'd go for a run the pain would come back, many times I wondered if I'd have to struggle with this condition for the rest of my life.


It's important to understand that shin splints is a "gutter" term that refers to a variety of different conditions and pathologies that lead to pain in the lower half of the  (tibia) shinbone.
Over the years I've found that there are four primary underlying causes that are directly responsible for, or contribute to, nearly every single case of shin splints. If you continue using generic, one-size fits all, "conventional" shin splints treatment techniques, you may NEVER address the real causes of your pain and stay stuck with this condition for years. Because unless you figure out EXACTLY what's causing your shin splints – any treatment techniques you use won't be nearly as effective as they could be.


And not just with with my shins, but it seemed to help prevent fatigue in my lower legs and offered extra support.



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