Are you suffering from shin splints and are looking for an experienced professional podiatrist in Sydney, Australia?
Get in contact with us today, for advice on the best treatment for shin splints.
What is it?
Shin splints are the name used for pain in the shins or the front of the lower legs. They are usually caused by exercise and can become uncomfortable.
There are two different areas of shin splints.
The Anterior shin splints- located below the knee at the front.
The Posterior shin splints- located inside of the leg near the ankle.
If you are looking for shin splints treatment, then we can help you with the right at home solution.
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What are the causes?
A sudden change in your activity plan
Exercising on hard or uneven surfaces
Wearing poorly fitted or worn-out footwear that doesn’t provide support and comfort
Having flat feet or feet that roll
Having weak ankles, tight calf muscles or a tight Achilles tendon
What are the symptoms?
Pain after exercising
Pain improves while resting
Dull and achy pain by can then turn to become increasingly sharp or severe
Affect both shins
Pain over a large part of the shin
What can barefeet podiatry do to help?
Get in contact with our specialist at Barefeet Podiatry’s North Sydney clinic today for an assessment. We look at the way you walk and how your foot is positioned. This will allow us to give you advice on the best treatment.
If you are looking for shin splints treatment in New South Wales, then take a look at what we can offer you.
What should you do next?
It is important to deal with the shin splints promptly to avoid the problem progressing.
Book an initial biomechanical appointment online today!
Remember the longer the treatment is delayed, the longer it will take to heal.
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