musculotendinous love



from The Century Dictionary.

  • Relating to both tendon and muscle.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to both muscle and tendon tissue


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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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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

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