Blog posts tagged in tendonitis
If you’re experiencing pain or tingling in your wrists, hands and fingers, you may think you have carpal tunnel syndrome. In reality, you could be suffering from an entirely different condition known as wrist tendonitis. Advanced Radiology treats patients with tendonitis of the wrist and other joints using the ultrasonic knife therapy Tenex TX1.
So, what's the difference between carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis?
The Seattle Seahawks suffered a harsh blow to the rest of their season when team doctors diagnosed star cornerback Richard Sherman with a ruptured Achilles tendon.
The injury takes Sherman out of the game for the rest of the season.
Did you know that you can develop tennis elbow without ever setting foot on a tennis court? A large number of tennis elbow cases and other types of tendonitis like jumper’s knee and golfer’s elbow develop as a result of bad form during weightlifting and other workout activities.
Bad form in the gym during lifting weights, squatting, jumping and even using the treadmill or stair stepper can cause muscles and joints to work in ways they weren’t intended. This improper use can wear down connective tissue over time, causing pain, inflammation and even loss of use or mobility. Dr. Budler sees many cases of tendonitis in different joints caused by bad form during exercise.