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Tendonitis

Tendonitis, also known as tendinitis, is a condition that occurs when a tendon becomes inflamed due to overuse or injury. Tendons are the thick cords that attach muscles to bones, and when they become irritated or damaged, it can cause pain and limit movement.

Tendonitis

Symptoms:

The symptoms of tendonitis can vary depending on which tendon is affected, but common symptoms include pain, swelling, stiffness, and weakness in the affected area. The pain may be worse with movement or activity and may improve with rest.

Treatment options:

Treatment for tendonitis typically involves rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. Physical therapy may also be recommended to improve strength and flexibility in the affected area. In some cases, medication or corticosteroid injections may be prescribed to manage pain and inflammation.

Class 4 LASER THERAPY:

Class 4 laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment option that uses high-powered lasers to stimulate healing and reduce pain and inflammation. These lasers deliver focused light energy to the affected area, which promotes cellular repair and regeneration.

Class 4 LASER THERAPY for tendonitis:

Several studies have shown the effectiveness of class 4 laser therapy for treating tendonitis. For example, a randomized controlled trial published in the Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation found that patients with chronic Achilles tendonitis who received class 4 laser therapy had significant improvements in pain, function, and range of motion compared to those who received a placebo treatment.

 

In conclusion, tendonitis is a common condition that can cause pain and limit movement. Treatment options include RICE, physical therapy, and medication, but class 4 laser therapy may also be an effective option for reducing pain and promoting healing.

Tendonitis (2)

[1] Reddy, G. K., Gum, S. T. E. V. E. N., Stehno-Bittel, L. I. S. A., & Enwemeka, C. S. (1998). Biochemistry and biomechanics of healing tendon: Part II. Effects of combined laser therapy and electrical stimulation. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 30(6), 794-800.

[2] Zielińska, P., Nicpoń, J., Kiełbowicz, Z., Soroko, M., Dudek, K., & Zaborski, D. (2020). Effects of high intensity laser therapy in the treatment of tendon and ligament injuries in performance horses. Animals, 10(8), 1327.

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