Medial Tibial Pain Syndrome Shin Splints

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This injury is common in running and jumping. The tibialis anterior muscle is the largest of the dor-siflexor muscles. It originates from the lateral con-dyle of the tibia and inserts into the medial and plantar surfaces of the medial cuneiform bone. The tibialis anterior muscle is responsible for ankle dor-siflexion and inversion of the foot. Its innervation is supplied by the deep peroneal nerve (L4 and L5).

Repetitive stress on the muscle causes inflammation, swelling, and a dull, aching pain on the medial side of the tibia.

Dry needling acupuncture is an effective treatment for this injury. Needles can be applied directly into the inflamed, tender, swollen, and painful area and into the origin and insertion of the muscle. In addition, the treatment is used to balance the entire musculoskeletal system. Two treatment sessions per week should be provided.

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