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.
A myofascial trigger point (MTrP) is a nodule or lump on your muscle that you can usually feel by rubbing your hand over the muscle. You may even be able to see it on the surface of your muscle through your skin. However, sometimes an MTrP may be hidden behind bone or beneath other muscles. […]Read More (0)
Deep gluteal syndrome, formerly referred to as piriformis syndrome, is an overuse syndrome characterized by buttock pain accompanied by symptoms of sciatica. The condition is often caused by the sciatic nerve becoming entrapped and impinged around the piriformis muscle in the sub-gluteal space.Read More (0)