Shin Splint Braces – Universal Shin Support By Vive
Universal Shin Support by Vive is lightweight and breathable shin splint brace. If you are looking for shin splint braces with a customizable fit this could be just what you need. It has three adjustable straps that will allow you to customize the support and firmness of compression that you need. The straps are made
Universal Shin Support by Vive is lightweight and breathable shin splint brace. If you are looking for shin splint braces with a customizable fit this could be just what you need. It has three adjustable straps that will allow you to customize the support and firmness of compression that you need. The straps are made of a high quality Velcro that will keep the shin splint brace in place during activity.
This is a top rated quality brace with thousands of satisfied customers. If you are bothered by painful shin splints that are affecting your mobility, get the support that you need to stay active and recover quicker.
The Vive shin support is designed to alleviate pain and discomfort caused by shin splints, sprains, or injury. It is made with breathable neoprene and extra-strength Velcro, and features three adjustable straps that allow you to customize the support to your exact specifications.
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What Are Shin Splints?
Shin splints are a painful injury that is usually caused from overuse or over training. This results in stress on the mid region of the leg next to the (tibia) shinbone. If you suffer from shin splints then you already know that they can bring your running and training to a halt. They occur most commonly in runners or people that put a lot of miles on their feet. The pain and injury is from inflammation and damage of the soft tissue in the front of the leg.
The use of compression socks for runners can increase circulation, aid in muscle recovery after a long run and possibly even help to prevent some injuries such as shin splints. The best way to prevent injury if you are a runner is avoid overtraining and to wear a quality shoe.
Having experienced shin splints and plantar fasciitis as a runner, I have noted some similarities in symptoms. These are, of course, two totally separate injuries but in both the discomfort is greatest at the beginning of the day (or workout) and lessens during the workout only to reappear at the end of the workout and later in the day.
Continuing to train with these injuries is a mistake and will complicate and increase the damage over time. Nobody wants to take a break from training but you must give the injury time to heal or it will eventually force you to quit. Try using a stationary bike for a while to get your cardio without the impact. Use products like compression sleeves/socks and shin splint braces to aid in your recovery and to keep you injury free when your training resumes.
Features and Benefits Universal Shin Support by Vive
Makes this product ideal for active users, this support is designed to be lightweight and breathable, keeping you cool and comfortable during activities and all day.
This is a quality adhesive velcro used on the straps to prevent discomfort and constant readjusting.
Compression therapy and support helps to increase circulation to the calf/shin, reducing soreness, inflammation, and cramping. Compression products work behind the scenes and help to elevate the blood flow to assist in healing and pain reduction. The increased circulation that is achieved with compression helps to increase the blood flow and deliver needed nutrients to the muscles and organs. Increased circulation has many benefits, such as relieving tired achy legs and reducing swelling. It can also speed muscle recovery after a workout.
One size fits most and the brace can be worn on either the right or left leg. Velcro straps allow you to customize the fit of the brace to your exact requirements.
This brace is perfect for aiding in recovery from injury and helping to prevent against reinjury.