Shin Splints Treatment and Therapy Boulder

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Shin Splints Treatment and Therapy Boulder

As an athlete you can encounter many athletic injuries.  One of them being shin splints.  A shin splint is a series of small tears at the point where muscle attached to the shin.  Excess training with inadequate recovery is the primary cause.  If you have been looking for shin splint treatment and therapy in Boulder, call North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC.

After a physical therapy evaluation, a sport specific rehabilitation program is put into place. We take into account each individual athlete unique strengths and weaknesses.  If you follow a regime of aspirin and rest you may find the symptoms subside.  If more severe shin splint treatment and therapy will be needed.
For over 25 years, we have been trusted by physicians, trainers and the University of Colorado as the only PT contracted there.  If you are looking for shin splints treatment and therapy in Boulder, contact one of our two locations today.

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