The best clinic for Treating Shin Stress Fractures

Recover from a shin stress fracture. Accelerate your healing. Return to your peak performance.

Trusted by 1000’s of satisfied clients – fix your shin stress fracture and take your body and health to the next level.

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Shin stress fracture


Our world-class lead physios have you covered, from acute shin stress fractures to shin splint pain. 

Stop just living with the shin stress fracture pain. Stop missing your training sessions. And don’t let it become long-term. 

Fix the root cause of your problem today.


No machines, no weak massages, and not just a quick adjustment. 

Our proven therapists are trained in deep tissue to high standards, and you will always get strong hands-on work here. 

We’ll get hands-on to get you pain-free, moving well, and feeling amazing instantly.

Shin stress fracture
Shin stress fracture


Your time is precious. The longer you wait, the worse it will get. 

Get correct, bespoke, and efficient exercises here first and accelerate your recovery.

Our experts at One Body are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes and high performers.


Don’t let your body slow you down. Fix your body and stay healthy and younger for longer. 

Stay a high performer with our hands-on full-body treatments, constant guidance, and tailored strength and conditioning exercises. 

Get robust and aligned, reduce your stiffness, improve your mental state, and get in great shape.

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From slipped discs to complex shoulder injuries. From pregnancy pains to muscle and tendon strains, we've got you covered.

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Sessions include movement and exercise programming, deep sports massage, joint mobilisations, dry needling and cupping.



No more generic exercises. Regular therapist follow ups or our guided personal training sessions will hold you accountable and guide you back stronger.


Shin stress fracture pain is a warning sign – don’t put off another day. Book your first session online or call now for a same-day appointment. If you are experiencing persistent shin stress fracture symptoms, it is important to seek medical advice.



60 min – 85
30 min – 49 

Senior Physiotherapist:

60 min – 105
30 min – 69 

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Get us to do the work for you. We can claim your treatment fee’s on your behalf – it’s easy to do. 

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Physiotherapy – Axa PPP, Axa International, Bupa, Bupa International, Nuffield Health, Vitality, Aviva, Cigna, Cigna International, WPA, Aetna, Healix, Allianz, Health Shield and Simplyhealth and many more.

If your insurance company is not listed above, don’t worry, this is not an exhaustive list. Don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will confirm with you.

The prices per session from insurance providers can vary from our standard pricing.

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If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, we require 24 hours advance notice. If you cancel within 24 hours, we will process a cancellation fee equal to the value of your session.

With prepaid or insurance sessions, we will therefore deduct the value of your session from your allowance.

This notice period is an industry-standard for medical practitioners.

Please contact us if you’re unsure about attending your appointment.


To provide the best possible service to all our clients, we ask you to contact us if you are running late. We can attempt to make all necessary arrangements to ensure our specialist sees you. 

As our clinics are very busy, we may ask you to reschedule your appointment or wait for an available slot so that all our patients receive the best possible service.

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If you fail to attend your treatment session or are more than 10 minutes late, we will deem you missed your appointment. We will then process a “Did Not Attend” fee equal to the value of your session.

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We at One Body LDN provide professional, medical treatment services only. At One Body, we are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and comfortable environment for all our patients and staff. To ensure this, we ask all our clients to adhere to the following behavioural guidelines:

  • Respect and Courtesy: Please treat all staff members and fellow patients with respect and courtesy. Any form of disrespectful behaviour, including but not limited to offensive language, discrimination, harassment, or bullying will not be tolerated.
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  • Safety: For the safety of our clients and staff, any form of violence or threat will result in immediate expulsion from the clinic.
  • Compliance: Please comply with any instructions provided by our staff related to your treatment or clinic policies.

Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in refusal of service. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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Adina Alexandra
Adina Alexandra
I recently started working with Magenta and I couldn't be happier with my progress so far. Magenta is incredibly knowledgeable, patient, and caring. She took the time to thoroughly assess my condition and tailored her treatment plan to my specific needs (lower back pain). Her positive attitude and encouragement made the sessions enjoyable, even when the exercises were challenging. Thanks to Magenta, I have seen a significant improvement in my mobility and overall well-being. I highly recommend Magenta to anyone in need of physiotherapy services.
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I have been very impressed with the therapy I’ve received by Magenta. She has helped with many of my pregnancy issues including lower back, neck and hip pain. She has a wealth of knowledge and is constantly up-skilling herself to ensure she has the most up to date practises. For me, she has used a combination of massage and giving me exercises to do at home. Not only that, but she has a wonderful disposition and is always happy to chat and see how I’m getting on. She has been there throughout my second and third trimester and I couldn’t be more grateful!
Thank god for Kurt and Kanvi. Without them I’d be in big trouble! Huge help with bad hip, back and neck pains. Highly recommended!
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Ollie Davies
Highly recommend Magenta/Danielle! Incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and all-around lovely people. They gave me very helpful advice/support for strength and flexibility training, including deep tissue massages and acupuncture during the sessions. Without them, I would not have been able to recover from my IT band injury before my ultramarathon this summer.
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Mihir Baxi
Great service, impressive facilities, and helpful staff! The sessions I had with Jake helped diagnose my injuries and his suggested treatments have drastically improved the situation. Would recommend!
Rossana Zappellini
Rossana Zappellini
I had a very positive experience working with Magenta on my rehabilitation following a tri-malleolar ankle fracture and surgery. It was a long and tricky recovery journey, but Magenta's professionalism, advice and positive attitude were extremely helpful in dealing with the whole thing. Thank you, Magenta and One Body LDN 🙂
Poornima Srinivasan
Poornima Srinivasan
I was on a week's business trip to London and had severe recurrence of slip disc induced sciatic pain in my left leg. In order to prep for the long return trip back to India the next day, I went for 1 session to One body LDN. Mridul, the physio, did a great job in understanding my problem, the pain areas and providing a deep tissue massage that helped me manage my pain during the return flight. Thanks Mridul and One body LDN!


You may not realise the benefits you can access; however, many others do and are getting their sessions cost-free. 

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No hard sells or tactics – unlike others, our physiotherapists in London are non-commission- based and only recommend best practices. We will not pressure you into anything.


We hold you accountable to your rehab with complimentary check-ins from your therapists in between your sessions.

Get your form checked, get updates and recover fast.

You are busy and don’t need any unnecessary tasks in your life.

At our hubs – when you make the time for yourself, we maximise that time spent!

You can have physio, deep massage, stretching, strength training and acupuncture all in one session.

Basic copy-and-paste exercises with no or little hands-on treatments; you deserve better.

Our award-winning therapists are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes. Just turn up – and let us lead the way.

Trusted by London’s best orthopaedic consultants, corporate professionals, celebs and athletes, our therapists have undergone extensive university training and are fully registered.

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You won’t be ignored or told to just rest.

At One Body LDN, you talk; we listen. Your session starts with a thorough whole-body assessment; you’ll learn your strengths and weaknesses.

We’ll assess your posture, your movement and aim to find the root cause of any issues you may have.


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Next you’ll receive a variety of hands-on treatments.

Our treatment approach aims to cover all areas: reduce muscle tightness, increase joint mobility and reduce pain. Allowing you to move more freely.


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No more painkillers or short-term fixes. But education to take with you.

We’ll discuss your treatment plan going forward, and coach you through your bespoke exercises.

You can implement these at home, or we will personally train you. Giving both short and long-term fixes; whatever your goal.


With many cured and happy clients of shin stress fracture – we’ll meet your high expectations. Our 360° recovery approach has been designed for London’s high performers.

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Appendix: Key Terms and Concepts for Shin stress fracture

Lower leg: A shin stress fracture is a common injury that occurs in the lower leg. It usually happens due to repeated activity and can cause pain along the inner edge of the shin bone. The tibia, which is the larger and major weight-bearing bone of the two lower leg bones, is most commonly affected by this type of fracture. If you suspect you have a shin stress fracture, it’s important to seek medical attention as soon as possible to prevent further damage and promote proper healing.

Splints: Shin stress fracture can be a common injury among athletes and runners. One of the ways to prevent it is by using splints to support the shin bone during physical activities. It’s important to differentiate between shin splints and stress fractures as they require different treatments. Shin splints can be treated with rest, ice, compression, and elevation while stress fractures may require immobilization with a cast or boot. Proper diagnosis and treatment are crucial for a full recovery from shin stress fracture.

Overuse: A shin stress fracture is a common injury that occurs due to overuse and minor injuries. It is a small crack in the shin bone that can result from continued pressure on the bone, leading to a stress reaction or deep bone bruise. Physical activities that put too much pressure on the bone without enough time for recovery can cause this injury. Prevention is key, and it’s important to ease off your exercise routine if you start to experience shin pain. Proper footwear, running on softer surfaces, and maintaining flexibility and muscle balance are all important factors in preventing shin stress fractures caused by overuse.

Inflammation: Shin stress fracture is a common injury that can be caused by repetitive motions or overuse of the shin bone. Inflammation is a key factor in the development of this condition, as it can cause micro-tears and deep bone bruises. The pain associated with shin splints can be sharp and tenderness may occur over a larger portion of the shin bone. It is important to address this condition quickly to prevent further damage and allow for proper healing. Proper footwear, running on softer surfaces, and maintaining flexibility and muscle balance can help prevent shin stress fractures from occurring.

A stress fracture of the tibia, also known as a hairline fracture, is a small crack in the bone that does not go all the way through. It frequently occurs in the tibia, which is the larger of the two bones that make up your shin. Resting and avoiding high-impact activities can help prevent further damage and promote healing. If you suspect a stress fracture of the tibia, it is recommended to rest for at least 4 weeks before taking a second x-ray to confirm the diagnosis. Treatment may include rest, immobilization, and physical therapy to strengthen the surrounding muscles and improve flexibility.

Cycling is a low-impact activity that can help maintain strength and conditioning while minimizing stress on the shins. If you develop a shin stress fracture, it’s important to avoid activities that cause pain or discomfort but not stop all physical activity. Instead, switch to low-impact exercises such as swimming or cycling until you heal. Running in water with a buoyancy aid or belt is also an excellent substitute for running on the road. It’s crucial to give your injury time to heal, so taking a break from high-impact activities like running can be beneficial in the long run.

Weight-bearing exercise: Shin stress fractures are caused by overtraining or sudden increases in weight-bearing exercises, especially among runners and dancers. It can be difficult to distinguish between shin splints and stress fractures at first. It is important to allow enough recovery time and not to add other weight-bearing activities such as plyometrics when progressing with running. After a period of rest, it is vital to stretch and strengthen the muscles at the back of the lower leg before returning to weight-bearing exercise.

Sports medicine: Shin stress fractures can be a common injury for athletes, particularly runners. It is important to take it slow during the recovery process and gradually increase activity with the help of a sports medicine specialist or qualified trainer. To diagnose a shin stress fracture, a complete history of the athlete’s running routine including mileage, intensity, pace, terrain and footwear is taken into account. Recovery time for shin stress fractures can range from 4 to 12 weeks or longer. In case of any doubt between shin splints or a stress fracture, it is always better to consult with a sports medicine professional.

New bone: A shin stress fracture is a common injury in athletes, especially runners. This injury occurs when repetitive stress on the shinbone causes tiny cracks to form in the bone. As the body tries to repair the damage, new bone is laid down along the fracture line.

Medial tibial stress syndrome: Shin stress fractures, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome or shin splints, are a common injury among runners. It is caused by overuse or repetitive stress on the lower leg and can result in pain on the inside of the shin, especially during running or after long distances. Symptoms of tibial stress fractures are very similar to those of shin splints. This condition is often seen in new runners, those returning after a break, or those who have rapidly increased their mileage or training intensity. Early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent more serious injuries such as stress fractures of the tibia, metatarsals, and fibula.

Activity level: Shin stress fractures are often caused by an increase in activity level, such as suddenly ramping up workouts or training. It is important to use proper technique with training and activity, gradually increasing the amount and intensity of the activity while ensuring proper rest. Additionally, wearing proper footwear and addressing any underlying hormonal, metabolic, or nutritional disorders can help prevent shin stress fractures. If you suspect that you may have a shin splint or stress fracture, it is important to see a doctor for a diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Small area: A shin stress fracture refers to a crack in the shin bone that causes pain, which may be localized to a small area and worsen when weight is put on the legs. Unlike shin splints, where the bone remains unbroken, stress fractures require rest and recovery time before resuming physical activity. Treatment for runners with a stress fracture involves complete cessation of running until the injury heals. It’s important to recognize the difference between shin splints and a stress fracture, as treatment plans vary significantly depending on the diagnosis.

Symptoms of a shin stress fracture include pain, tenderness, and swelling along the shinbone. Pain may worsen during physical activity and subside with rest. It’s important to seek medical attention if you suspect a shin stress fracture to prevent further damage and promote proper healing.

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