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Tape shin splints using non-stretch, 1-inch zinc oxide tape, says Sportsinjuryclinic.net. Beginning at the bone on the inside of the ankle, run the tape across the front and around the Achilles tendon and then diagonally... More »

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Shin pain, medically known as shin splints or medial tibial stress syndrome, is best treated with rest, according to Medical News Today. Most doctors recommend two weeks of little to no strenuous physical activities. Lig... More »

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Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome, is a term that refers to pain felt in the front side bone in the lower leg, according to Mayo Clinic. It is a common injury for runners, dancers, military recrui... More »

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Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome, is a term that refers to pain felt in the front side bone in the lower leg, according to Mayo Clinic. It is a common injury for runners, dancers, military recrui... More »

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Natural treatments for shin splints, the inflammation of muscles of the front lower leg, include applying ice, taking anti-inflammatory medications such as aspirin or ibuprofen, taping the shin splint. and wearing a neoc... More »

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Causes of shin splints include stress fractures, swollen and irritated muscles, overpronation, and weakness in stabilizing muscles, notes WebMD. Shin splints commonly affect athletes and are likely to occur after running... More »

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The proper way to tape shin splints is to start on the inside of the ankle where the bone is, wrap behind the Achilles tendon and then move the tape diagonally up and over the front of the ankle, according to Sportsinjur... More »

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