Tendons are made of strong tough connective tissue that is continuous with your muscles. They cross over joints to anchor your muscles to bones, enabling movement.
Because they are subjected to high forces when you sprint, jump and make rapid directional changes, tendons sometime become sore or even ruptured. Knowing how to properly treat your painful tendon is essential for quick and effective recovery.
Tendons are thick fibrous tissue that attach muscles to bone, near your joints. When you contract your muscle, the tendon pulls on the bone to which it is attached to produce movement. When subjected to strong forces, as when lifting weights, tendons can sustain mild damage, and become inflamed and painful. Tendinitis pain is most […]Read More (0)
In the Age of Technology, most humans are spending increasingly less time on our feet, and increasingly more hours in some sort of sitting posture. Driving, working on a computer, being entertained and becoming educated all entail long bouts of sitting with few interludes of standing, walking or large muscle movement of any kind. While […]Read More (0)