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  • n. Chronic damage to a tendon at a cellular level.


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  • The treatment cuts the healing time by half or more for muscle, ligament and tendon tears, Achilles tendinosis, plantar faciitis, tendonitiis of the elbow, shoulder ailments, cartilage tears in shoulders, knees and hips, etc.

    NY Daily News

  • This separates out a layer of plasma rich platelets, with white blood cells lymphocytes which activate the platelets then injected into the area of a muscle tear, tendonitis, tendinosis, ligament sprain, or inflamed fascia.

    NY Daily News

  • The bilateral patellar tendinosis that I have will force me to be away from competition for 10 weeks.


  • So has physical therapy been tested for garden-variety sports injuries like tendinosis?

    Managed Care Matters

  • Researchers have found an alternative, "non-surgical" method to treat chronic tendinosis


  • She was diagnosed with patellar tendinosis, an overuse injury that triggers pain below the knee cap. Top Stories

  • That merely aggravated what was a chronic injury to Polanco's elbow, full of tendinosis and bone fragments.

    Phillies Zone

  • Polanco will have bone fragments removed and a part of his extensor tendon in his left arm will be shaved off to remove some tendinosis, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said

    Phillies Zone

  • The technical name of the condition I have is gluteus medius tendinosis - an inflammation of the tendons in the gluteus medius, one of three large muscles that make up the butt.

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  • Whereas a tendon injury is referred to as tendinitis, chronic tendon pain is called tendinosis.

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