Shin Ice Pack - A Complete Recovery Kit for Shin Splints (With Roller and Stretch Band)
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Shin Splint Ice Pack
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Shins splints is caused by inflammation of the muscles, bone tissue and tendons around your tibia. Apply the ice pack straight from the freezer to reduce swelling immediately. Do this at least 4 times per day.
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Reduce your exercise intensity and increase the strength and flexibility of your tibialis anterior and tibialis posterior by following the laminated booklet included in the box.
Flexible Ice Packs
Straight from the freezer the ice pack is 100% moldable (easily fold it in half with no effort). This means it sits tight against your skin for maximum cold penetration.
Resistance Stretch Band
The primary goal of the stretch band is to help stretch, strengthen and lengthen the muscles that surround your shin. You need to strengthen the ‘push’ and ‘pull’ mechanisms, and we’ll show you exactly how to do it.
Ice Cold Cryoball
The Cryoball is our secret weapon. Use it to push and massage the painful areas around your shin. We won’t lie – this bit will hurt. The good news is that you’ll be back on your feet, faster and fitter than before.
A 10 page instructional booklet shows you every stage of stretching, massaging and strengthening required to aid your recovery. The 12 stage process works for post surgery rehab, shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome), shin bone damage, runners knee, and extensive calf damage.
Love this Velcro ice packs. Have been great for my sons shin splints and it allows him to be ableTo get up and move around. The roller ball is his favorite. It really helps relieve leg pain.
Shin splints hurt, need I say more? These really do the trick and my legs felt a lot better after I used them.
These are very convenient to use after the gym, after the treadmill. Lays flat in the freezer. Easy to strap on and wear while doing other things in the house.
Great for shin splints I used them straight on my shins as with a tea towel it wasn't cold enough for me but that's personalChoice, it's helped my shin splints recover 3 weeks sooner than expected still using after 7km plus runs, tge stainless Streep ball is great for your muscles around the shins I freeze that aswell and it still rolls easily, tge resistance band wasn't for me so gave to my other half she loves that