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Tendinitis in Columbus Ohio

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Tendinitis is inflammation of a tendon, which is the tissue that connects muscles to bones. Tendinitis usually causes pain and tenderness near or around a joint. The areas most commonly impacted by tendinitis include:

  • Shoulders
  • Wrists
  • Elbows
  • Knees
  • Heels

The condition has common names, like tennis elbow, pitcher's shoulder, swimmer's shoulder, and jumper's knee. Some of our patients at Pain Zero come in for plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis (tennis elbow), or SLAP (superior labrum anterior and posterior) tears.

Symptoms generally consist of a dull ache or joint pain, swelling, and sensitivity. Our experienced medical professionals specialize in pain management and are highly trained in the treatment of tendinitis. If you believe tendinitis is the cause of your joint or muscle pain, call Pain Zero in Central Ohio today. Our team can assess your condition and create a custom treatment plan to bring the relief you need.

Tendinitis is typically treated with any of the following:

  • Self-care
  • Pain relievers
  • Corticosteroid medication
  • Physical therapy
  • Needling therapies
  • Platelet-rich plasma therapy
  • Ultrasound treatment
  • Surgery in severe cases

At Pain Zero, our team will assess your level of pain, area of discomfort, and range of motion to determine which therapies may provide you with the best results. Our staff will also consider your age, activity level, occupation, and medical history. From there, a treatment regimen with be created to suit your needs and physical goals.

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Tendons play an important role in the mobility and stability of our muscles and joints. Tendinitis pain ranges from mild to severe, and while it can go away on its own, medical intervention may be necessary to provide the relief you need. Treatment can help improve your overall function and reduce inflammation. To enhance your well-being and physical health, call Pain Zero in Central Ohio where your treatment options will be reviewed for tendinitis to find the right solution for you.

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Who is at risk for developing tendinitis?

Anyone can develop tendinitis, but it is more common in people who perform a lot of repetitive motions or overuse their joints. Athletes and manual laborers are especially prone to the condition. Our specialists at Pain Zero are experienced in treating tendinitis for all ages and activity levels, so don’t hesitate to contact us today.

What types of activities should be avoided if I have tendinitis?

Your doctor will recommend specific activities that you may need to avoid or modify, depending on the type and severity of your condition. Generally, it is best to avoid any exercise that causes pain in the affected area or increases inflammation. We also recommend avoiding activities that involve repetitive motions.

What is the best way to prevent tendinitis?

A good prevention strategy is to warm up with stretching before engaging in physical activities in Central Ohio. You should take frequent breaks when participating in repetitive motions and maintain a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and adequate rest. If your job or sport requires lots of repetition, try to vary the motion or switch sides often.

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