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Shin splints is a painful injury to and inflammation of the tibial and toe extensor muscles or their fasciae that is caused by repeated minimal traumas like running on a hard surface. It can often be cured by wearing effective calf supports or proper arch supports.

Here are some links to supports that are used for shin splints.

Effective products for treating Shin Splints
 
  Hely Weber calf sleeve.
Hely Weber Calf Support
Calf support is contoured to fit the calf and provide compression to the shin and calf. 1/8" neoprene construction provides compression and support. For calf strains and shin splints.
 
 
 
 
Shin Splint Support
Alleviates symptoms of pain and discomfort associated with shin splints.
 
 
 
 
Deluxe McDavid Calf Support

Provides warmth, compression and support for strains and shin splints.  Reversible thermal neoprene support with nylon facing on both sides (heavy duty nylon on outer side for durability).
 
 
 
 
442 Shin Splints Support by McDavid

Features a set of rubber ribs aligned directly over the shin. The contoured two-way stretch neoprene wrap and Velcro® closures provide optimum fit and comfort. Fully adjustable thermal wrap-around design. Graduated compression. Helps relieve pain associated with shin splints and calf pulls.
 
 
 
 
Shin-Splint Compression Wrap by ProTec
General Application:
Alleviates pain and discomfort associated with Shin Splints.
Medical Application: Reduces symptoms of Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome and Anterior Shin Splints
 
 
 
 
The Calf Skin
Excellent in helping reduce shin splints, lightweight and easy to wear. Provides the calf with constant compression for both calf and shin area.
 
 
 
 
6570 Power Jumper Leg Sleeves

A popular item among professional and competitive basketball players, the Power Jumper Leg Sleeves are engineered to fit comfortably above or below the knee. The leg sleeves warm muscles to help ease cramping and protect the legs from cuts & abrasions.
 
 
 
 
Calf Cryo-Cuff
Aircast Cryo/Cuff system applies controlled "safe compression" to minimize hemarthrosis and swelling, and cold to minimize pain.
 
 
 
 
Tulis Road Runners
  • Painful heel conditions and heel spurs

  • Sore, tired burning, aching feet

  • Shin Splints

  • Painful legs, ankles and knees

  • Painful neck and backaches

  • Arthritic Joints

 
 
 
 
Extensor™ Neoprene Calf Support
For calf strains and shin splints, provides warmth and compression.
 
 
 
 
Extensor™ Neoprene Shin Support
With 2 tubular neoprene buttresses for added support.
 
 
 
 
Shin Ice™
Provides both compression and cold therapy to the lower leg. Excellent for use in sport activities, especially cross-country and track athletes, soccer players.
 
 
 
 
BioFlex Magnetic Shin-Splint Support
Shin Support made with neoprene and CoolMax lining to allow for a cooler fit.  Support contains 2 BIOflex concentric circle magnets.
 
 
 
 
Tulis Gaitor Arch Supports
  • Painful heel conditions and heel spurs

  • Sore, tired burning, aching feet

  • Shin Splints

  • Painful legs, ankles and knees

  • Painful neck and backaches

  • Arthritic Joints

  • Painful fallen arches

 
 
 
  Dura*Soft Universal Cold Therapy Wrap.
Dura*Soft Universal Cold Therapy Wrap by Donjoy
Provides continuous cold therapy for acute, chronic, or post-surgical applications. Can be used on wrist, elbow, calf, or neck. Cryotherapy can reduce pain, swelling and facilitate faster rehabilitation. Universal size 6" by 12". Comes with 2 ice inserts.
 
 
 
 
Shin Splint Wrap with Pad by BioSkin

Bio Skin® Performance Supports reduce muscle vibration during running and jumping activities, so you get the most out of your muscles. Wrap-around for contoured fit. Indications: Contusion, shin splints, strains.
 
 
   
 


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