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Achilles tendinitis is inflammation of the Achilles (uh-KIL-eez) tendon, the group of tissue that links leg muscles at the back of the bottom leg to your heel bone. Achilles tendinitis is usually a running injury or other sport-related trauma resulting from too much use, intensive activity, bouncing, or other actions that will strain the tendon and leg muscles. Many cases of Achilles tendinitis is treatable with the help of persistent, relatively simple, at-home treatment under your doctor's guidance. Self-care techniques usually are needed to avoid repeated symptoms. Serious incidents of...

Patellar tendinitis is usually an injury which affects the tendon linking your kneecap (patella) to your shinbone. The patellar tendon performs a crucial function in the way you use your legs. It helps your muscles extend your lower leg to be able to kick a ball, push the pedals on your bicycle and jump up in the air. Patellar tendinitis is most common in active people whose sports involve regular leaping, for example, basketball, soccer and volleyball players. For this reason, patellar tendinitis is commonly known as jumper's knee. However,...

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The TenDlite is a safe, extremely effective way to treat your tendonitis without the side effects of drugs or risks of infection and prolonged down time caused by injectable steroids or surgeries. While doctors and scientists are most impressed with TenDlite’s safety and efficacy,  many patients will be most impressed with the incredibly affordable price of this high-tech device. TenDlite costs less than two sessions of Physical Therapy, and can be conveniently administered, without a doctor, at home on your own schedule. Expensive, addicting and potentially dangerous pain killers can...

Carpal Tunnel therapy can be done in several methods. Compared to surgical procedures, Carpal Tunnel therapy is more often advised by orthopedic experts because they enable natural healing process of the body to take place resulting to no side effects whatsoever. What makes this method preferable for the patients is that it is less painful, if not pain-free. Massages employing deep friction strokes can soothe out the stiff nerves and help reduce the swelling factor that gives the pain sensation. Hand bending and stretches also proved to be beneficial to...

In Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, severe numbness is experienced by the patient. This is brought about by the compression of the nerve that passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist called the median nerve. The carpal tunnel is like a hallway and along with the median nerve, nine tendons, called the “Flexor Tendons” traverse in it. In cases of severe physical activities, any or some of the nine tendons gets inflamed and swells, it then takes up a bigger space within the carpal tunnel, causing the median nerve to get...

Tennis elbow is a painful condition that happens when tendons in your elbow are over-stressed, commonly by repetitive motions of the wrist and arm. Tennis elbow can result from very poor form in performing a tennis backhand swing. But, many jobs also require recurring wrist and arm motions which could cause tennis elbow. The agony of tennis elbow usually occurs where the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to the bony prominence on the outside of your elbow. Discomfort can also spread into your forearm as well as wrist. Rest,...

Tendinitis (informally also tendonitis), which means inflammation of the tendon (the suffix "itis" denotes conditions characterized by inflammation), is a type of tendinopathy typically confused with the more common tendinosis, that has identical symptoms however demands different remedy. The term tendinitis should be reserved for tendon injuries that involve larger-scale serious injuries associated with swelling. Typically tendinitis is known as by the body part involved, such as Achilles tendinitis (affecting the Achilles tendon), or patellar tendinitis (jumper's knee, affecting the patellar tendon). Common tendinitis injury Tendinitis injuries are common in...