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Understanding Tendinopathy – Part 3

Understanding Tendinopathy – Part 3

  Understanding Tendinopathy – Part 3: Lower Limb Tendinopathies DID YOU KNOW? 70% of Achilles Tendons that rupture have been completely asymptomatic prior to rupture. So if your tendon is sore you have a decreased chance of rupture. For insertional tendinopathies, reduce compression ASAP. 4cm heel raise until pain is under control then gradually decrease […]

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Understanding Tendinopathy – Part 1

Understanding Tendinopathy – Part 1

  Understanding Tendinopathy What are Tendons? Tendons are tough fibers that connect muscle to bone and are capable of withstanding tension. Tendon injuries usually occur near joints such as the ankle, knee, elbow and shoulder.     What causes Tendinopathy: Ageing Overuse Tendinopathies in athletes can occur as a result of suddenly increasing the amount […]

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