Tendinopathy

What is Tendinopathy?

It is any disease or disorder of the tendon. Tendons connect muscle to bone.Types of tendinopathies include tendinitis,which is an acute injury to the tendon with inflammation, and tendinosis, which is a more chronic injury to a tendon.

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I have been diagnosed with tendinitis in both knees. I now have the same pain in both wrists and my left elbow. I am right hand dominant, so I...

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Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.

There are many causes of tendinitis and multiple joint pains, so detailed history and proper investigation is...

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I have calcific tendinopathy of the subscapularis (13mm and 98mm Calcific foci) and small joint effusion. I have exercises and been to massage and...

doctor1 MD

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Ask your doctor about the possibility of surgery!

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Hi and thank you so much for this query.

I am so sorry to hear...

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Had an mri of shoulder after rotator cuff surgery in September due to new injury. Report said there was severe tendinopathy with a partial tear....

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With proper conservative measures prognosis will be good.

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Thank you for asking HCM.

I have gone through your...

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