Many Tendonitis/Bursitis injuries are misdiagnosed and mistreated due to a poor understanding of what occurs to the tendon/bursa after it becomes injured or inflamed. This leads to expensive diagnostics and imaging. Often these costly procedures do not change the course of treatment. Many treatment outcomes are inconsistent and often take several weeks to months to show noticeable improvements.
Tendonitis, Part 1
Tendonitis is a repetitive motion injury resulting in inflamed tendons—often affecting the shoulder, elbow or knee. In part one of this four-part video series, Dr. Shane Arnold tells us what is happening to our bodies when we experience Tendonitis.