Blood Flow and its Role in the Healing of Tendon Injuries

Posted by on 1/1/2018 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Blood Flow and its Role in the Healing of Tendon Injuries
This is why tendon injuries tend to take so long to heal - because they are not receiving adequate amounts of oxygen, nutrients, and antibodies to generate and properly synthesize new collagen.

If your focus is not on diathermy treatments when attempting to overcome a tendon injuries, then your efforts others may prove to be futile.

In-depth research on tendons and related blood flow can be found here: