Effective relief from Tendonitis starts here!
We work with you to find the cause, get you out of pain and give you ways to keep the pain away long term.
Combination of approaches to find the cause of your pain
Different techniques to get you out of pain fast
Exercises to make sure the pain stays under control long term
Why Tendonitis Occurs
Tendons are very important structures in the body connecting muscles to bone and allow for force to be translated to the bone for movement. Tendinopathy is the term used to describe changes that occur in damaged tendons, which lead to pain, reduced function and exercise tolerance.
Common Causes of Tendonitis
This is generally caused by a weakness in the bigger, supporting muscles that would usually protect and guide the joint that the tendonitis is in. You may have experienced or heard of it occurring in some of the following common places; Achilles tendon, patellar tendon, gluteal tendons, tendons of the rotator cuff around the shoulder and the medial and lateral tendons of the muscles of the elbow (Golfers/Tennis Elbow).