Shin Splint Mini-Guide

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An Introduction Into The 9 Best Effective Corrective Exercises For Shin Issues

As you know shin discomfort can really limit the enjoyment you have when running. It gets old, I’ve been there!

Shin issues are normally simple to address if we get into stabilization of the foot, hips and core. It’s a simple re-calibration of loading mechanics.

This digital guide will take you through some amazing recalibration exercises.

  • Anterior Shin Splints
  • Posterior Shin Splints
  • Tibial Tendonitis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Medial Arch Pain Of The Foot
  • Heel Pain

All of these conditions typically are issues of loading mechanics (unless from trauma)

Loading mechanics… what’s that mean? Great question. We will get into that in the video guide.

Recovering and preventing aches and pains is all about teaching the body to appropriately manage these loads and pressures. Simple.

This is NOT an extremely comprehensive/ overwhelming document on purpose.

It’s simply a “gateway” into using corrective exercises to assist in the reduction of shin pain in distance athletes. By the end, I hope you’ll see the importance of training the foot, core and single leg loading ability on hip health and elongating a career in running.



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Sebastian is very knowledgeable, friendly and helped with my Achilles tendon issues. Will definitely refer other runners to Performance Place Sports Care.
– Bob M. Fountain Valley CA

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ PR After Exercises!
I have been qualified and running in the Boston Marathon since 2011, when I first met Seb. He helped me prepare for my first Boston by identifying and treating a hard-to-read problem with strains in my calf. In addition, he gave me useful strengthening exercises to rectify the underlying imbalances. I ended up running a PR in the race.
-James F, Redlands CA

About The Author

Dr. Gonzales has been a top sports rehab chiropractor in Huntington Beach, California for the last 10 years. He personally has experienced back pain and has been able to successfully overcome it twice, once at 16 and once at 35 years old.

He serves athletes and professionals who simply want to move better and improve the quality of their life.

He also has his own podcast, Restoring Human Movement, where he discusses topics aimed at how to live a pain-free life through proper utilization of human movement.


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