I am having knee pain in the front the knee ,between the knee cap and the shin bone. My MRI is normal . Each doctor seems to differ on the diagonis . One says that tendonitis does not appear in the MRI unless there is a tear, and the other says it will appear in the MRI even if there is no tear .
I developed tentonitis in both wrists about a year ago while working as a teamster in a warehouse. It took over a month to heal up, and I have flare-ups on a regular basis because my current job requires me to type all day (I no longer work in the warehouse). I am dealing with the pain as best I can, wearing my custom splints when I don’t have to type, and taking painkillers only when absolutely necessary.
Lately, I’ve been noticing a tingling sensation in my fingers and hands whenever I lean on my elbows, sometimes leading to numbness. Is this from the tendonitis? I have never had this problem before.
I also ride a bike on a regular basis (instead of driving, so I do it a lot) which has caused some pain in my shoulders. I have been told that I need to see a chiropractor, and I plan to. However, I’m wondering what the cause of this tingling is. I cannot pinpoint it to correlating with either the wrist pain or the shoulder pain.
I still work out alot. I have the tennis elbow type of tendonitis. I try to limit the pulling exercise but judging on all this and I am ( a young teen) how long will it take to heal. This season Im not doing many sports.
I played a little too much tennis and developed tendonitis in my right wrist. The doctor has put me in a rmovable brace to immobilize the area for a wew week, at which time I’ll get physical therapy. However, having my wrist immobilized for a such a long timewill deteriorate the muscle. I’m wondering how I can keep my arm fit without worsening the tendonitis.
Is it alright to ski if I am overcoming tibialis anterior tendonitis and just sprained my ankle today?
I may have had a stress fracture in september and was later told i have tibialis anterior tendonitis that kept me from being allowed to run since august. im in the process of getting orthotics to get back to running fully again but im lightly running until the shipment comes in. today i hurt my ankle running and im icing it like crazy. i want to ski sooo badly this week but is that a bad idea?
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