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How long does it usually take a tendon to repair its self?
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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
4 doctors agree
In brief: 6-8 weeks
Tendons are slow to heal and subject to rupture due to their tenuous blood supply.
However it is felt that early protected movement is necessary to minimize adhesions and loss of function. It is essential to maintain close follow up with your surgeon and therapist.

In brief: 6-8 weeks
Tendons are slow to heal and subject to rupture due to their tenuous blood supply.
However it is felt that early protected movement is necessary to minimize adhesions and loss of function. It is essential to maintain close follow up with your surgeon and therapist.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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Dr. Todd Sisto
Breast Surgery
In brief: They don't
Repair themselves.

In brief: They don't
Repair themselves.
Dr. Todd Sisto
Dr. Todd Sisto
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