Tendinitis

In normal conditions the tendon serves to channel the force into the bone. However, if the tendons become inflamed or irritated, then it is called Tendinitis. Tendinitis caused by repeated movements. Some of these movements, among others, sweeping, menukang, shoveling, tennis, or golf. Tendinitis usually occurs at the base of the thumb, elbow, bahi, or the knee, where the organ is the most dominant in the motion.

Symptoms
Tendinitis Symptoms can be known if the patient experienced pain in the area around the tendon. In addition to these symptoms, patients also difficult to move the shoulder.


Treatment
Treatment can be done include avoiding activities that aggravate the problem, rest, and anti-inflammatory drugs.

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