10 thoughts on “RE: Patellar Tendonitis”

  1. Thnaks for your quick response Ryan, I will try out the ice massage and the stretching as well as the triger point release, Thanks again for the tips


  2. hi i have a mild degenerative osteoartropathy in my left knee. can you help me not worsen it??? im a taebo aerobics instructor here in the philippines what exercise or cure can you suggest me???

  3. I have pain in my left knee. Right in the middle. I feel a burning, annoying, bruising sensation everyday in that area. I am trying to get insurance to find out what is wrong with me, but for now, I am trying to find help on how to situate this problem. If you can help me, I would really appropriate it. Thank you for your time.

  4. Thanks for the information. I’ve been dealing with patellar tendinitis for some time, and didn’t know some of this.

  5. @liberteecabbage i have petellar tendonitis after falling on my knee on a rock OUCH! I wish i could still run n play sports but now i just found out i have a large arachnoid cyst anterior to my left temporal lobe……that sucks

  6. It is now evident that tendonitis is a defunct term: the condition is not inflammatory. Chronic tendon pain is now termed Tendinosis, which is a degenerative condition and not an inflammatory condition.

    This does in fact alter the way we need to approach treating our diseased tendons. Check out tendinosis. org for a good place to start. There are a lot of rubbish treatments out there to get conned by, but there’s hope. Disciplined rest is vital.

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