What are shin splint symptoms?
Difference between leg pain and shin splint pain
The causes of shin splints can vary but what are the symptons of shin splints and how can you define the pain apart from general leg pain?
Shin splint symptoms can trigger a number of different things that will help you decide wether your just having a bad day or wether you are in for a bad couple of weeks!
Different Shin Splint Symptoms
Some of the tell tale signs of shin splint pain and the symptoms can be found below:
A uncomfortable dull ache in the front of the lower leg.
Pain which develops during exercises.
distinctive pain on either side of your shin bone.
Muscle pain in general
Pain along the inner part of your leg
Tenderness or soreness along the inner part of the lower leg
Shin splints occurs when you have pain in the front of your lower leg. The pain of shin splints is from the inflammation of the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue around your shin. Shin splints are a common problem for runners, gymnasts, dancers, and military recruits.
A typical tibial stress fracture will initially be felt as “shinsplints,” a catch-all term that refers to pain along the inside of the tibia. The pain usually starts out over a large area along the shin bone, and is mainly noticed after a hard training session or race, or the morning after a long or difficult workout.