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Shin Splints

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Shin Splints

How does it feel?

  • Tightness
  • Stiffness
  • Sharp
  • Dull
  • Aching
  • Throbbing

Signs and Symptoms

  • Feel pain in the middle or bottom third of the inside of the shin
  • The pain may be sharp when you touch the tender area, or occur as an ache during or after exercise.
  • Pain is initially provoked with activity and lessens with rest
  • When shin splint is developing, the pain may be present during the beginning of exercise and less noticeable as exercise progresses.


  • We conduct a thorough examination including the back, hips, knee, and ankle/foot. We determine the root cause of your symptoms to ensure that chiropractic treatment treatment is the best option for you.
  • We examine posture, range of motion, strength, reflexes, sensation, soft tissue mobility, joint mobility, nerve mobility, and functional movements to create a custom treatment plan. We also take into account any imaging that you have had like X-Rays, MRI, CT scans, etc.
  • We also analyze movement patterns to ensure that you are using proper technique to avoid reinjury in the future. If you are a runner, we can use video analysis to determine technique faults and then coach you on how to correct them.

Can chiropractic treatment Help?

  • Yes!!! Recent onset of symptoms typically results in a quicker recovery time of about 1-2 months depending of the grade of the sprain. Whereas persistent symptoms that have lasted longer than 6 months, usually takes 2-6 months to recover.
  • Good news!! Recent research has actually shown that chiropractic treatment is a better option than surgery, pain medication and injections. We can help you avoid unnecessary invasive procedures and tests that cost a fortune with limited effectiveness.

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