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Achilles tendon injuries, tendonosis, tendonitis, tears, rupture, surgery, repair and recovery by melaniepoland Facebook Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 12:19am I've started a blog about my personal experience with this very painful situation (and long recovery) with lots of details and resources.  Check it out!   Read on »
What Does an Achilles Tendon Tear Look Like? by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Tue 11 Jun 2013 11:54am You have probably read several articles and heard on the news multiple times about someone famous tearing their Achilles tendon.  This is no simple fete.  The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the leg and the force it takes to tear it has to be significant.  Often it is a force that causes the foot to come up towards the leg sharply, causi ... Read on »
Jake Peavy’s Posterior Tibialis Tendon Tear by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Christopher Hanewinckel/US Presswire San Diego Padres pitcher, Jake Peavy, was placed on the disabled list on June 13th (retroactive to June 9th) after an MRI revealed a tear in his posterior tibialis tendon. Peavy originally hurt his ankle during a May 22nd game, running the bases and trying to score. Continue Reading » Social Bo ... Read on »
Peroneal tendon injuries by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 7:47am Ongoing pain after an ankle sprain is common and can be due to peroneal tendon problems. This article describes the range of problems that can affect the peroneal tendons, and the treatment options available, including the role of keyhole surgeryA type of ... Read on »
The Most Common Gymnastics Injuries and How To Heal at Home by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 06 Apr 2014 7:00am Gymnastics are an enjoyable sport that continues to grow in popularity. However, it is a sport that includes some risk for injury. The Consumer Products Safety Commission states that 22,000 children were treated for gymnastics injuries in 2009. Proper care and preparation can help to reduce the likelihood of injury. Wrist Injuri ... Read on »
Tendon Tune-Up by Leah G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 11 May 2009 11:30am   The last thing you need this summer is tennis elbow, golfer’s shoulder, IT band issues, rotator cuff, knee problems, or foot/ankle tendons talkin’ to ya. As a certified massage therapist, I have treated MANY a patient with tendon issues and have seen a complete turn-around in health with proper, natural treatment that can help avoid unnecessary ... Read on »
Diagnosis by Andrew Posted Sat 02 May 2009 12:00am I want to blog about arthritis for three reasons. 1. Its therapeutic to write about what’s going on with me. 2. To communicate with my friends and family. 3. Bring awareness to autoimmune arthritis. First Signs In May 2004, I started having severe eye pain, redness, and blurred vision. I ended up at an ophthalmologist and within 1 minut ... Read on »
RA and Tendons – My Achilles Heel by Andrew Posted Sun 15 Aug 2010 8:11pm Walking is just not the same as it used to be. In an earlier post , rubbery legs were mentioned. Knees with damaged cartilage cause them to buckle and make it difficult to climb stairs. Tender toe and ankle joints make walking slow. Stiffness in the joints caused by inflammation cause an awkward gait. But these symptoms pale in comparison to wh ... Read on »
Tennis Elbow Tendonitis by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sat 28 Feb 2009 3:53pm Tennis Elbow is a condition where painful inflammation of the tendons occurs at the border of the elbow caused by the overuse of lower arm muscles. It is most commonly seen in the tennis players and hence, the name. The people who do a lot of work involving lifting at the elbow joint are the main targets of this disorder. Tennis elbow is a repe ... Read on »
INVISIBLE_TEXT We are e ... by Dr. Debbie Wright Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm INVISIBLE_TEXT We are excited to be able to offer low intensity laser therapy for sports injuries, arthritis and a variety of other chronic or degenerative conditions. INVISIBLE_TEXT The healing potential of low intensity laser therapy extends to a wide range of medical conditions, some of which are listed below. INVISIBLE_TEXT T ... Read on »