SHIN SPLINTS

Shin Splint Relief |Shin Pain Relief

SYMPTOMS OF SHIN SPLINTS

Do you suffer from these symptoms?

  • Pain in the shin area that develops during exercise
  • Aching sensation in the front of the lower leg (shin/tibia)
  • Pain/tenderness around either side of the shin bone (tibia)
  • Mild swelling around the shin

1061 Courtesy Road in Louisville in the DeLo shopping center 303.467.3639

We typically have same-day sessions available

You'll feel the difference in just one session!

What are Shin Splints?

New and seasoned runners can suffer from painful shin splints; making even walking a painful and arduous task. Shin splints cause  pain along the inner side (medial) or outer side (anterior) of your shin bone. Shin splints are typically caused from repetitive stress and inflammation to the lower leg bones, connective tissues and muscles. Some of the reasons shin splints occur: flat feet, high arches, collapsing arches, working out without warming up, standing on hard surfaces, exercising on uneven terrain, tight ankles or hips, and more.

Renew Movement™ often finds the culprit to shin splint pain in the muscles of the calf. The calf muscles (gastroc and soleus) are called reciprocal inhibitors to the muscles of the shins (anterior tibialis). When these muscles get tight they pull on the muscles of the shin, causing pain. Renew Movement™ targets the muscles that are the source of the problem through a deep tissue pin and stretch technique. Your Renew Movement™ Coach will target adhesions (knots) and coach you through moving and stretching to release/open the tight tissue. Opening this tight tissue in the calves greatly reduces the strain to the shin muscles, getting you back to running/walking/standing without discomfort.

Schedule a Renew Evaluation Today!

If your shin splints have been a long term, chronic issue, it’s possible your Renew Movement™ Coach will suggest you sign up for a full Renew Evaluation to look for asymmetrical patterns in your movement that may be leading to chronic muscular tightness. Don’t let this common condition keep you off your feet and away from the things you love! 

** If you have a chronic underlying condition that contributes to your shin splints please give us a call to discuss if Renew Movement™ is the right fit for you. Renew Movement™ Coaches are not doctors and their advice is not meant to replace that of a medical doctor. Please consult your doctor to make sure you’re cleared for deep tissue/fascial release.

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1061 Courtesy Road – Louisville, CO 80027
303.467.3639

We’re located in the DeLo shopping center with Ziggie’s, Rosati’s and Moe’s Bagels. The cross streets are 95th and South Boulder. We’re one block from Downtown Louisville!