Managing Your Chronic Tendinitis

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 commonly experienced near ankles, knees, wrists, elbows and shoulders.

If you experience pain and inflammation near your joint that does not diminish after a few days, contact NYDNRehab for diagnosis and treatment. The sports medicine team at NYDNRehab combines expertise and experience with state of the art technology to accurately and effectively diagnose and treat your tendinitis. Make your appointment today, and see why NYDNRehab offers the very best treatment for tendinitis in NYC.

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