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Tendinitis

Tendons connect the muscles in the body to your bones. When they are overworked or subjected to strain, they can become inflamed, swollen and painful. This condition is referred to as tendinitis. If you experience pain after repetitive movement and suspect tendinitis, contact your AL chiropractor at Back on Track Chiropractic and Wellness Center in Birmingham, AL for treatment and tendinitis pain relief.

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What is Tendinitis?

Tendinitis is typically linked to an injury with inflammation. It occurs in nearly any part of the body, including the elbow, wrist, fingers, ankles and other parts of the body. This condition can occur at any time in your life, but it most often affects individuals who participate in sports. Older people are also at risk for tendinitis because as we age, tendons lose their elasticity and become weak. Tendinitis may be long-term. Chronic or degenerative in nature, and it can cause both elbow pain or knee pain.

Types of Tendinitis

There are several types of tendinitis. Usually, the name of the condition refers to what area of the body the inflammation is located in.

Achilles Tendinitis – The Achilles tendon is located between the heel and the calf muscle. This type of tendinitis is usually sports-related. It may also be related to shoes that don’t fit properly or arthritis.

Supraspinatus Tendinitis – The supraspinatus tendon is located around the top of the shoulder joint. Tendinitis occurs when the shoulder joint becomes inflamed. It causes intense pain when the arm is moved in an upward motion.

Tennis Elbow

Pain that occurs on the outside of the elbow is often referred to as tennis elbow. The pain may also radiate down towards the wrist. It is more intense when you try to lift an object.

Wrist Tendinitis

Wrist tendinitis usually occurs with repetitive movement. This happens with occupations like line workers. It often results in tendinopathy, which is a degenerative condition rather than inflammation.

Treatment for Knee Pain and Elbow Pain from Your Chiropractor

Once tendinitis has been diagnosed, the goal of your AL chiropractor is to get to the root cause of your condition. With chiropractic treatment, you can experience elbow pain relief and knee pain relief and hopefully, you won't have experience re-injury. 

If you have experienced any type of pain throughout your body due to overuse, you may have tendinitis. To help get tendinitis pain relief, contact your Birmingham chiropractor at (205) 942-4243 to schedule an appointment. 

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