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Shin splints

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Orthotics for Shin Splints

Orthotics for relieving shin splint pain

When you feel pain in the front and sides of your legs during running or walking, you’re likely experiencing shin splints.

Shin splints are caused by inflammation of the muscles and connective tissues in your lower legs. Stretching before and after running can help, but it doesn’t address the root cause: insufficient arch support.

Without the proper arch support, the tendons in the front of your leg have to work too hard to hold up the arch, resulting in inflammation and pain.

The Foot Chair and Foot Chair Slim customizable orthotics provide the arch support your foot needs to reduce the stress on the tendons in the front of your leg.

The Foot Chair and its Arch Cookie inserts allow you to snug your orthotic right up to the arch, making the arch support as high as possible and reducing strain on the anterior muscle group.

This unique combination of stiffness to support the arch and cushion to decrease the pressure on the inflamed tendons is unmatched by any orthotic on the market.

More support equals less shin splint pain

With the proper arch support provided by the Foot Chair, the inflammation of your tendons will decrease and the pain of shin splints will disappear.

Kick shin splint pain to the curb with the Foot Chair—the ideal shock absorber for your feet.

Customizable orthotics for shin splints

With the Foot Chair you can customize your orthotics for 1/10th of the cost of custom orthotics

Custom Orthotics for Shin Splints


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