Shin splints are a painful condition that occurs to lower legs during running activities.
It can get to the point of bringing tears to the person. Unfortunately, shin splints have ended the activity level of so many people. The pain is simply not worth the reward. Let’s explore the who, what, when, and why of shin splints.
What is the best form of treatment?
The goal is to find out the underlying cause. If you only address the symptoms without eliminating/reducing the underlying cause, the symptoms will reoccur. That is exactly what happens with shin splints. People try all forms of non-surgical treatments and many may experience relief, temporary relief. They find the best way to not experience pain from shin splints is just to be less active.
The main cause of shin splints is related to ankle bone instability so it makes sense to stabilize the ankle bone on the heel bone while still allowing a natural ankle bone motion. The only option that can accomplish the goal is HyProCure. This is the only internal option that can effectively stabilize the ankle bone while still allowing the natural motion. The stability of the foot is increased. The muscles of the leg become more efficient and the chances of getting shin splints are lessened.
What happens if I don’t treat the underlying cause of my shin splints?
Shin splints are one of many potential symptoms related to ankle bone instability. Shin splints may eventually disappear but ankle bone instability is still at work destroying other parts of the body. The sooner the excessive strain to the feet, knees, hips, and back is reduced or eliminated the better. There is a point of no return when the tissues will become severely and permanently damaged.