Articles for tag: Cortisone, How to Exercise, Tendonitis, Tendons

How to Exercise with Tendonitis

How to Exercise with Tendonitis – After dealing with Tendonitis for over ten years, I’m going to tell you- It’s not easy to deal with, and you can really damage yourself further if proper precautions aren’t taken to help prevent further injury. As with any exercise routine and medical condition, it’s always best to consult ...

Tendonitis: What is It, What Can Be Done

The other day while buying screws for a project I’m working on, I noticed an employee wearing what looked like a flexible cast or bandage for a burn. I was told it was for tendonitis. Because of some very simple lifestyle choices, tendonitis hasn’t been a problem in my life for many years. I still ...

Ankle Tendon Injuries – Symptoms and Treatments

Strained or torn tendons in the ankle can happen without a traumatic injury. This means that the person did not twist or roll the ankle and the pain just appeared seemingly out of nowhere. The injury can be from overexertion or an inherent abnormality of the tendon. The two large tendons in the ankle are ...

Fastum Gel Superior to U.S. Over-the-Counter Icy Hot

This article compares various over-the-counter topical products used to relieve pain in the joints, tendons and muscles. I have used these products over the past year due to a leg injury and find that the German made product, Fastum Gel is effective. Fastum Gel relieves pain in the muscles and tendons and the best part ...

Patellar Tendon Rupture Surgery and Rehabilitation

This article is intended to inform you or someone you know with the healing process of a patellar tendon rupture. The information provided is written from knowledge acquired from my own recovery from a bi-lateral (both knees) patellar tendon rupture. A patellar tendon rupture is; a full tear of the tendon that holds your knee ...

Exercises and Stretches to Help Heal Tendonitis

Tendonitis is an inflammation of the dense, fibrous tendons connecting bone with muscle. The most common areas of the body to suffer from tendonitis include your arm joints -shoulders, elbows and wrists-as well as your heels, because it often occurs due to repetitive strain or improper use of the joint. Exercise can be beneficial therapy, ...

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Rotator Cuff Injuries- when You Can’t Lift Your Shoulder

Rotator cuff injuries vary from simple inflammation of the muscles in the shoulder to a complete tear that needs surgical attention. The rotator cuff is comprised of four muscles in the shoulder, named the subscapularis, supraspinatus, infraspinatus and teres minor. This quartet of major muscles, along with their tendons, connects the upper arm bone known ...

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Herbal Treatments for Bursitis and Tendonitis

Bursitis is an inflammation of the fluid filled sac called the bursae. The bursae sac helps lubricate the joints where muscles and tendons come together with bone. Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that connect muscles to bone. Both of these conditions can be extremely painful and both are caused by overuse of a ...

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Plantar Fasciitis – What it is and How to Treat It

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that occurs when the connective tissue on the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed. The plantar fascia supports the arch and structure of the foot. It extends from the heel to the toes. The pain one feels from the plantar fasciitis occurs on the bottom of the foot near the ...