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  • n. A disorder of the tendons.

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Examples

  • Title: Efficacy and safety of corticosteroid injections and other injections for management of tendinopathy: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials

    Common Hormone Worsens Pain in the Long Term, Study

  • Such injuries include patellofemoral knee pain, illiotibial band syndrome, shin splints, Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis, and stress fractures.

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  • Teenagers at a junior elite basketball camp who were less able to flex their feet upward at the start of the study had up to a 30 percent risk of developing patellar tendinopathy -- pain below the kneecap -- over the next year, compared to a two percent risk in young players with more flexible ankles.

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  • "This would be a really straightforward thing to address and might prevent some cases of patellar tendinopathy."

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  • "Patellar tendinopathy, or jumper's knee as it is also called, is not an uncommon condition in young players and something the club was aware of before it drafted Jonathon," Quinn said in a statement.

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  • Khan of the University of British Columbia noted that although "corticosteroid injection does not impair recovery of shoulder tendinopathy, patients should be advised that evidence for even short-term benefits at the shoulder is limited."

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  • "The stronger the shoulder muscles are when the tendinopathy calms down, the better shape the shoulder is in to take over movement without further injury," Dr. Moffat said.

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  • For example, in treating shoulder tendinopathy, she said in an interview, the patient would push the fists against a wall with upper arms against the body and elbows bent at 90 degrees.

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  • University medical center in the Netherlands and lead author of the Achilles tendinopathy study.

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  • The sequel to a much-discussed experiment from last year, it re-examined patients with Achilles tendinopathy an overuse injury of the

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