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Temporal Tendonitis Symptoms
Localized pain: Shoulder tendonitis pain is aroused by companion muscle use & firm palpation of tendon-bone insertion sites. Shoulder tendonitis commonly seen anterior shoulder region from biceps muscle. Posterior shoulder if superior trapezius. Outter tip of shoulder if supraspinatus. Lateral upper arm if deltoid. Rest/heat/acupunc/massage for muscle spasm. Cortisone for "pain honeymoon" enabling yoga & aqua-pt.See 1 more doctor answer
Peroneus Longus: The peroneus longus is a tendon that runs down the outside of your calf to the arch of your foot. Tendonitis here can lead to lateral ankle/foot pain and can have many causes. It is often treated with oral medications, physical therapy, orthotics, rest or often a combination of these modalities.
Rest and meds: Rest and anti-inflammatory medications are the mainstay of tendinitis treatment. However, there are other things your doctor can do as well as make sure the diagnosis is correct. I recommend seeing an orthopedic surgeon.See 1 more doctor answer
Rest...: Tendonitis, depending on the location, is usually treated best with rest and anti-inflammatory medications (motrin, aleve, (naproxen) etc). Some tendons can be injected with rapid relief, but that does have some risk as well. See your doctor and come up with a good plan.See 2 more doctor answers
Is there something I can do to recover from tendonitis and get the painful symptoms under control?
Start with RICE: Tendonitis (inflammed tendon) commonly results from overuse. Start treatment w/ rice, nsaid, stretch/ strength prog (pt or ot), & consider couterforce bracing. Massage may also help. If these treatments fail you may be a candidate for cortisone/ prp injections. Few people end up needing surgery.See 1 more doctor answer
No: If you have no knee symptoms then it extremely unlikely you have patellar tendonitis.
Pain with or: Without movement of the elbow, some swelling could be present, especially when make fist or try to carry thing on the effected side.
Pain and swelling: The typical symptoms involve swelling and tenderness ususally in the midportion of the achilles tendon. Sometimes there is a palpable bump at the side and pain is significant on compression from the sides. Usually the patient has stiffness when arising from bed or prolonged sitting. Symptoms usually decrease with activity and warming up.See 1 more doctor answer
Hip pain: Tenderness over top of pelvis that radiates down front of leg in the top of the thigh. Lifting the leg off of a bed will also be painful, you may have pain with walking or usually with running
Tightness/snapping: With tendinitis there is tightness especially after rest. With subluxation there is often a snapping or popping sensation as the tendon moves out of place.
Inner thigh pain: Pain from sartorius tendonitis is typically inner thigh or groin pain. Also pain could be help over the outer hip and below the knee joint over the inside
I have had biceps tendonitis for 5 years. After pt, rest, meds, still not better and experience the same symptoms as day 1. Am I missing something?
Biceps tendon: Usually represents tendinosis or disease of the tendon. Not inflamed. Would exercise doing an eccentric loading program. If no improvement consider diagnostic ultrasound or MRI of area. If significant tendinosis or partial tear consider prolotherapy, platelet rich plasma injection, or surgery.See 1 more doctor answer
I'm in so much pain my knee is killing me I think I have tendonitis I have all the symptoms should I go c a doctor?
YES!: What are you waiting for. A knee infection causes terrible pain and can lead to devastating functional loss. Get checked immediately.See 1 more doctor answer
Not exactly: Symptoms may overlap but they are different. Tendinitis is inflammation of a tendon, most commonly in shoulders, heels, elbows, and wrists. Symptoms include pain with movement, swelling, and tenderness. Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when a nerve in the wrist is compressed, and can cause pain radiating to the hand or shoulder, tingling, numbness, and weakness of the hand.See 4 more doctor answers
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