Long Elastic Compression Sleeves Leg Cuffs– Help to reduce muscle imbalances through compression that can help balance things off and encourage the muscles to function smoothly.
How to Quickly Recover from Shin Splints
Shin splints can be treated using the RICE method, which stands for:
Rest: Avoid putting weight on the shins, and avoid participating in normal activities until your shins get better.
Ice: Use an ice pack (you can also use a bag of frozen vegetables if you do not have an ice pack) for 15-20 minutes, three times a day. Do not put ice directly on your skin. Do not use dry ice.
Compression: Use an elastic bandage or compression brace to help put pressure on the shins and reduce swelling.
Elevation: Raise (elevate) your legs above the level of your heart to help keep swelling down. You can do this by lying down on a couch or floor and placing pillows under your feet and legs until your shins are higher than your chest.
Universal Sizing: Can be adjusted to fit M, L, XL legs. Fit greatly for both men and women.
Extra Strength Fasteners