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Treatment options and the importance of early intervention


Tendinitis is a common condition that occurs when a tendon, the thick cord that connects muscles to bones, becomes inflamed or irritated. This can cause pain, stiffness and reduced mobility, making it difficult to carry out daily tasks or participate in physical activities.

Tendinitis can affect any tendon in the body, but is most common in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee and ankle. It is often caused by repetitive movements, overuse or sudden injury, and can also be caused by underlying conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis or diabetes.

Diagnosis of tendinitis usually involves a physical examination and analysis of the patient's medical history and symptoms. Imaging tests such as X-rays or MRIs may also be used to rule out other conditions.
Treatment for tendinitis depends on the severity and location of the condition. In many cases, percutaneous hydrotomy is a very effective way of relieving pain quickly. In addition, other therapies such as cupping, massage and herbal remedies can be used to manage the symptoms of tendinitis and promote healing. Nutrition/micronutrition also plays a key role in inflammatory conditions. Depending on your wishes and needs, we can offer you a range of in-depth treatment options.

It is important for people suffering from tendinitis to seek treatment as soon as possible to prevent their condition from getting worse and to improve their overall quality of life. This involves working with a healthcare professional to develop a personalised treatment plan that meets the individual's specific needs and circumstances.

In summary, tendinitis is a common condition that can cause pain, limit mobility and affect daily comfort. With the right treatment and care, pain can be relieved and quality of life restored. Rest, physiotherapy, and integrative medicine are all ways to achieve this.

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