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Shin splints decrease with vitamin D

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"The most common sources of shin splints are tendinitis, periostitis, stress fractures, and compartment syndrome."

Medical term = Medial tibial stress syndrome = MTSS

Search results for the above terms and "Vitamin D" on Feb 2011 shows use for both prevention and treatment

Note: Do not take more than 750 mg of Calcium daily when taking > 2,000 IU of vitamin D CLICK HERE for graph and description

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See also: recent treatment and prevention reviews attached to this page

  • shin splint treatment
  • shin splint prevention
  • stress fracture prevention
  • exertional leg pain

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Attached files

ID Name Comment Uploaded Size Downloads
445 Exertional Leg Pain.pdf Editor 09 Feb, 2011 1.94 Mb 3624
444 Shin splint prevention - 2008.pdf Editor 09 Feb, 2011 132.96 Kb 2505
443 Shin splint treatment options - 2009.pdf Editor 09 Feb, 2011 304.81 Kb 3646
442 Stress fracture prevention - Jan 2011.pdf Editor 09 Feb, 2011 783.87 Kb 2174