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Tendonitis

Achilles Tendonitis is inflammation, irritation, and swelling of the Achilles tendon.

Acupuncture and Tendonitis

Adductor Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons associated with the adductor muscles

Ankle Tendonitis

Arm Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that connect the biceps muscles to the bones in the shoulder

Baseball elbow

Biceps Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that connect the biceps muscles to the bones in the shoulder
 

Bicipital Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that connect the Bicipital muscles to the bones in the shoulder.

Bursitis and Tendonitis

Calcification Tendonitis refers to the build-up of calcium salts in a tendon

Calcified Tendonitis refers to the build-up of calcium salts in a tendon

Chronic Tendonitis

Deltoid Tendonitis

deQuervain's Tendonitis is a condition brought on by irritation or swelling of the tendons found along the thumb side of the wrist

Elbow Tendonitis

Epitrochlear bursitis is a condition when the outer part of the elbow becomes painful and tender,

Exercise and Tendonitis

Extensor Tendonitis is a condition brought on by irritation or swelling of the tendons found along the thumb side of the wrist

Finger Tendonitis

Flexor Tendonitis

Foot Tendonitis

Forearm Tendonitis

Golfer’s elbow

Guitar Elbow is a condition when the outer part of the elbow becomes painful and tender, usually as a result of a specific strain, overuse, or a direct bang

Hamtring Tendonitis inflammation, irritation, and swelling of one or more of the tendons that connect one of these muscles to the bone around the knee.

Hand Tendonitis

Heel Tendonitis is inflammation, irritation, and swelling of the Achilles tendon

Hip Tendonitis Most Tendonitis associated with the hip area involves the iliopsoas tendon.

Iliopsoas Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendon or area surrounding the tendon.

Jumper's Knee is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint

Knee Tendonitis is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint

Lateral epicondylitis is a condition when the outer part of the elbow becomes painful and tender, usually as a result of a specific strain

Medial Epicondylitis

Osteitis is an inflammation of the pubic symphysis (pelvic girdle or pelvic joint) and surrounding muscle insertions.

Osteitis pubis is an inflammation of the pubic symphysis (pelvic girdle or pelvic joint) and surrounding muscle insertions.

Pitcher's Shoulder is a tearing and swelling of the rotator cuff (the muscles and tendons that hold the upper arm in the shoulder joint).

Patella Tendonitis is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint

Patellar Tendonitis is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint

Peroneal Tendonitis is an inflammatory condition of the peroneal tendon, which runs along the outside of the lower leg,

Popliteal Tendonitis is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint

Quadriceps Tendonitis is an inflammation swelling or irritation of the tendons of the knee joint.

Posterior tibial Tendonitis is an inflammation of the posterior tibial tendon

Rotator cuff Tendonitis's a tearing and swelling of the rotator cuff (the muscles and tendons that hold the upper arm in the shoulder joint).

Shoulder Tendonitis

Supraspinatus Tendonitis is a tearing and swelling of the Supraspinatus

Swimmer's Shoulder is a tearing and swelling of the rotator cuff (the muscles and tendons that hold the upper arm in the shoulder joint).

Tendonitis Cure

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Tendinopathy is usually used as another word for Tendonitis.

Tennis Elbow is a condition when the outer part of the elbow becomes painful and tender,

Tennis Shoulder is a tearing and swelling of the rotator cuff (the muscles and tendons that hold the upper arm in the shoulder joint).

Thumb Tendonitis is a condition brought on by irritation or swelling of the tendons found along the thumb side of the wrist

Tibialis Tendonitis is a strain placed on the posterior Tibialis tendon

Triceps Tendonitis is an inflammation or swelling of the triceps tendon

Trigger Finger

Wrist Tendonitis

Updated by editors 6-16-04

 

 

 

   

   

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