Mature tendons receive less vascular blood flow compared to more newly developed tendons which are highly cellular and metabolically active. Thus, they are supplied with a rich capillary network.
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Posted by on 11/10/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
If you have experienced tendon pain for more than two weeks, you are likely dealing with tendonosis instead of tendonitis. The primary reason why tendon conditions linger on is due to the fact people approach the condition in the wrong manner.
Posted by on 8/17/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
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Posted by on 7/4/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Treatment for tendinopathy differs greatly vs treatment of tendonitis - so why do many people fail to recognize this?
Posted by on 7/2/2017 to Wrist Pain & Carpal Tunnel
Diagnosis of de Quervain's Tenosynovitis is based on the location of pain, functioning of the hand, and the presence of swelling. To perform the test, the therapist grasps the thumb and ulnar deviates the hand sharply. If sharp pain occurs along the distal radius, de Quervain's tenosynovitis will likely be the diagnosis.
Posted by on 6/30/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Symptoms of adductor tendinitis will vary depending upon underlying causes (injury or biomechanics). Groin injuries comprise 2 - 5% of all sports injuries; adductor tendinitis and tendinopathy are among the most common causes of groin pain in athletes.
Posted by on 6/21/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Golfer's Elbow is a form of degeneration of the tendon. Swelling and tenderness will be present on and around the tendons that attach to the small bony part on the inside of your elbow (medial epicondyle).