is Inflammation of the Tendon
Tendonitis can be especially
difficult to deal with when your everyday job or athletic activity puts
a strain on the very tendons that are irritated on a regular basis.
When the tendon rubs abnormally over the bursa, the resulting
inflammation is known as Bursitis.
and bursitis are closely related and may occur alone or in
combination. The tendons are a densely packed area of soft tissue that
connects muscle to bone. Because the tendons are so dense, they do not
stretch as well. Therefore, they can become easily irritated with
repetitive body movements that place a continuous pull on them.
When this happens, the resulting tendon irritation and inflammation is
known as Tendonitis.
the condition in the shoulder for instance, include the slow onset of
discomfort and pain in the upper shoulder or upper third of the arm
and/or difficulty sleeping on the shoulder. Tendinitis (and bursitis)
also cause pain when the arm is lifted away from the body or overhead.
If tendinitis involves the biceps tendon (the tendon located in front
of the shoulder that helps bend the elbow and turn the forearm), pain
will occur in the front or side of the shoulder and may travel down to
the elbow and forearm. Pain may also occur when the arm is forcefully
pushed upward overhead.
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