The common profile or characteristics of people who gets shin splint injuries are athletes (e.g. runners, soccer and basketball players) and other individuals (e.g. dancers and soldiers under intense training) who engages in activities that involves excessive running, jogging, jumping and walking. Shin splints injury can occur suddenly right after the activity but for most [...]
In simple terms “shin splints” is the pain you feel on your lower leg, specifically in the lower and on the upper portion of your tibia. Pain starts of as dull in the beginning of the activity and gets worse thereafter. People engaged in activities that involves extensive lower body exercise (e.g. dancers, runners, soccer, [...]
Despite years of research, the term “shin splints” remains to be an obscure term to many athletes who lack awareness about sports injuries. Although, most studies attribute “shin splints” as the layman’s term for Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), which is an inflammation of the soft tissue surrounding the bone lining of the tibia (shinbone) [...]
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