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An elastic bandage with one side coated in a thin layer of mineral oil gel. Conforms to difficult or irregular surfaces of the body and will not slide, the gel moves with the skin and does not promote skin irritation.


This silicone gel dressing can be used to redistribute weight and prevent excess rubbing and pressure on the sensitive tibial area. Effective in protecting against discomfort caused by ski boots & skates. 10cm x 10cm sheet.

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The 9-to-5 insoles unique slim profile ensures an easy fit into everyday shoes to reduce foot fatigue and help prevent those day-to-day aches and pains we all feel. The 9-5 Insole
is both discreet and comfortable, cradling the foot helping to relieve and rest tired feet. You will also notice the black shock dot in the heel area to help reduce heel strike impact.


Full-length insole provides excellent shock absorption in the heel and forefoot for joint & muscle pains, tendonitis, periostitis.

RRP £35.00
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What is a Shin Splint?

A Shin Splint is a general term used to refer to a painful condition in the shins.

What causes Shin Splints?

One cause of Shin Splints is due to overused muscle. The muscle pain is caused by any activity that involves running, jumping and sometimes even swimming. An individual not accustomed to running may experience pain in the shin muscles the next day even after a single, short bout of intense running.

A Shin Splint is a result of inflammation of connective tissue in the lower leg. The Shin Splint can cause pain in the whole area of the shins.

Another major cause of Shin Splints is the over pronation of the foot.

Treatment and prevention of Shin Splints

Keep off your feet as much as possible and reduce the amount of excercise.

This information is for guidance only. If you are in doubt at all, please consult your nearest health professional.