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Bodhi Body Studios 15h
Suffer from or tears? See us today!
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(Dr). Zaid Al-Boloushi Jun 13
"We must advocate a load exercise plan for patients with tendinopathy before resorting to surgery" (Challoumas et al., 2019) A # Scottish study published in the BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine version…
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NH Musculoskeletal 15h
RT : "Tendon Repair Is Superior to Physiotherapy in Treatment of Small & Medium-Sized Rotator Cuff Tears"
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Tendon Pain Clinic Jun 18
The diagnosis of patella tendinopathy is usually fairly straightforward but we often recommend an ultrasound scan and sometimes an MRI scan to confirm the degree and the exact location of the abnormal area of tendon:
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Victoria Barrett Jun 18
pennate or (also called a penniform muscle) is a with that attach obliquely (in a slanting position) to its . For more:
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Kristen Smothers 14h
This is what real life recovery looks like. In the bed being lazy, in pain, watching tv, cuddling stuffed animals
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Lucy Jun 18
Replying to @JJFearnley
& sprained because compensating for no now awaiting a consultation with a to reconstruct my using from or .
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Kenneth Leung Jun 15
and braised with scallions plus spicy tonite at Royal Feast In 😋 @ Royal Feast
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APS Publications Jun 11
Mechanical properties, physiological behavior, and function of aponeurosis and - new review in
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Zaf Naqui Jun 15
Ice Cream / Sand Scoop vs ECU Synergy Test for
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Tendon Pain Clinic Jun 17
Patella Tendinopathy is a common tendinopathy is seen in people who participate in sports activities that involve a lot of jumping, particularly in runners and in basketball and netball players:
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Tony Gunn 18h
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Tendon Pain Clinic Jun 16
Patellar tendinopathy, sometimes referred to as jumpers knee, causes pain directly over the tendon and this can be worse with activity, jumping (hence “Jumpers Knee”) and with kneeling:
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Animal Health Trust Jun 15
Do you want to learn more about how can help horses with or injuries? Don’t miss our upcoming free Owner’s Information Evening with Smart RLT on 27 June Find out more here:
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Nicholas Clark Jun 18
From the lab: patellar tendon stress changes w lunge technique - FREE full-text here Supports established clinical reasoning 4 ex progressions...? 📊🤔✅
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Chicago Arthritis Jun 12
Choosing an Orthobiologic treatment for a Hamstring tear.
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Nate Disser Jun 13
Excited to announce new preprint demonstrating the essential role of IGF1 signaling in tendon growth. One piece of the puzzle for improving treatment of devastating tendon injuries like we saw this week.
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Tendon Pain Clinic Jun 14
Patellar tendinopathy (sometimes called “jumper’s knee“) can affect the tendon where it attaches to the knee cap (insertional tendinopathy) or in its middle (mid-substance tendinopathy):
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Tendon Pain Clinic Jun 12
We prefer to use shock wave therapy as the next line of treatment for golfers elbow and have had excellent results with this needle-free, outpatient procedure in 65-70% of patients:
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Jolie Xu 2h
Empowering Therapies, Feature Paper from our Editorial Board Member, Prof. Manuela E. Gomes' group, do not miss it:
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