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- adj. Of or pertaining to both muscle and tendon tissue
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to both tendon and muscle.
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Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor Lennard Funk, completed a revision of a pectoralis major musculotendinous tear and application of Platelet Rich Plasma.
The major areas of consideration include spinal orthopaedic conditions, fibromyalgia, muscle pain, musculotendinous conditions and limb joint conditions.
Page 46: T H E L ATE E F F E C TS O F P O L I O Gentle stretching of tight muscle in the post-polio patient may: • Improve posture; • Relieve muscle tension and cramping; • Reduce the risk of musculotendinous and joint range of motion; • Prevent irreversible contractures; and • Increase general flexibility before strengthening exercises.
Slide 8: Short And Long Term Goals Protect the involved area Reduce pain and inflammation Reduce intra or extra capsular effusion Increase range of joint movement Increase musculotendinous flexibility Increase muscle strength power and endurance Restore normal biomechanical functions Increase balance and proprioception