Fast Healing for Tendonitis
Discover how to jumpstart healing for tendonitis!
Tendonitis is a repetitive stress injury that can disrupt your quality of life.
Today I’m sharing what we can do for advanced healing with tendonitis.
There’s the wrong way, the slow way, and the best way.
Tendonitis is inflammation of the thick fibers cords that attach muscle to bone. These cords are called tendons. The condition is caused by pain and tenderness just outside the joint. It can occur in any tendon, like elbows, knees, shoulders, wrists, and heels.
What does it feel like?
Initially, you may experience pain, burning, or an ache along the outside of the tendon. Over time the pain gets worse as the tendon becomes more irritated. If you continue the activity that caused the condition, the pain may spread down into another part of the body and may be painful even during rest.
Symptoms of tennis elbow:
- Pain persists when you place your arm and hand palm-down on a table and then try to raise your hand against resistance.
- Pain when rotating the arm.
- Pain when you try to lift and grab small objects like a coffee cup or a weakening grip.
- Medical history
- Physical Examination
- EMG (severe)
- Repetitive stress
- Improper biomechanics
- Wrong equipment
The tendons need certain micronutrients to be healthy and function properly.
Tendonitis is a sign of imbalance in the body, specifically meaning the cells are weak, the muscles are stronger than the attachment, and the bones are inflamed. The tendon is pulling on the sensitive part of the bone called the periosteum and causing tiny fractures in the bones. No wonder it’s so painful.
- Rest and stop the activity that produces symptoms
- Ice to reduce inflammation
- Strengthening and stretching exercises
- Anti-inflammatory medicines (such as ibuprofen and naproxen)
- Steroid injections (not a permanent fix)
- Surgery (last resort)
- Keep your arms flexible and strong
- Avoid repetitive movements
- Warm up before exercising or using your arms for sports or repetitive movements.
- If you play a racquet sport, make sure you're using the right equipment.
Faster Way to Heal:
- Fix the Cells
- Identify Imbalance
- Bring Cutting-Edge Treatments
Things that slow down healing:
- Inflammatory diet: Sugar inhibits healing
- NSAIDS: can cause problems in the stomach, liver, and kidneys.
- Steroids: Cortisone and Prednisone can cause unwanted side effects, and other options work better. Cortisone injections block the pain receptors in the area but do not promote healing.
- Accidental side effects of prescriptions
Elements for Rapid Recovery:
- Biomechanical alignment
- Body Welding: Regenerative Injections
- Protein Organization
- Advanced Nutrition
- Therapeutic ultrasound and cold laser therapy
- Manganese: the mineral that supports connective tissue and provides benefits for ligaments, tendons, joints, and muscles. Also helps the body to detox.
- Vitamin C: Antioxidant
- Vitamin P (bioflavonoids): makes vitamin C work better
- Protomorphogen: cellular blueprint that helps catalyze cellular repair.
- Peptide therapy: optimally organizes amino acids into proteins
How we can help people from far away:
- Out-of-the-office nutrition pack
- Protocol design- referral network
- Advanced Treatments- regenerative injection therapy
Prolozone Therapy: a regenerative injection therapy that gives the area vitamin building blocks and oxidative medicine to repair itself. This is not a steroid injection.
IV therapy: skips the stomach and delivers nutrition directly to the organs and tissues. Sometimes the stomach does not optimally absorb the nutrients the body needs.
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