Tendonitis occurs when tendons, which connect muscle to bone, become inflamed.

Tendonitis usually gets better with rest, and while acute, you should try to limit the amount that you use the tendon.

You should seek further support if your tendon hasn’t recovered over the course of a few weeks.

You may be able to see the swelling, and the area might be red.

Your tendon might feel hot, and painful to move.

Repetitive motion.

Training without warming up properly, or knowing the correct techniques.

Not resting enough between exercise.

Aging, which causes tendons to lose elasticity.

Related conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes can cause tendonitis.

Our osteopaths can diagnose tendonitis and rule out any other conditions.

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