How Do You Relieve Inflammation Quickly?

There’s lots of gimmicks on the market that talk about relieving inflammation quickly, but nothing is better than just applying cold. Why? It’s natural! When you’re injured, your body protects itself by creating inflammation around the injury. It’s going to take time to get rid of, and that’s perfectly normal because you’re working towards healing ...

Foot Tendonitis Vs. Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis and Foot Tendonitis are two very different conditions that can be difficult to tell apart. Both involve pain on the bottom of your foot, and both can have a huge impact on your quality of life. Knowing the difference between the two can make a big difference on your treatment as well – ...

Tendonitis Brace

Lots of people when experiencing pain, think that they need to use a brace in order to fix their problems. Most of the time, this is simply not the case. When experiencing any foot pain the rule is always the same. Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation – especially for tendonitis. Tendonitis is a recurrent inflammatory issue ...

Tendinosis Treatment

Tendinosis is sometimes called chronic tendon injury, chronic tendinopathy, or chronic tendinitis, is just a damage to a tendon caused by micro tears that can easily be healed by the RICE method and patience. RICE The RICE method (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) can be followed to help control your symptoms. Resting is a good idea ...

What is Tendonitis?

What is Tendonitis?
Tendonitis is an irritation or inflammation of the tendon, which is a strong band that attaches muscle to bone. Tendonitis can be caused by repetitive motion or with sudden impact or strain to the affected limb. What Can You Do? Tendonitis can prevent you from doing every day tasks. It can make you unable to ...

How to Heal a Stretched Tendon in the Foot

Tendons are tissues that connect your muscles to your bones. They help your body move by pulling on your bones when muscles contract. The main tendons that run through the foot and ankle are the Achilles, anterior tibial, posterior tibial, flexor, extensor and peroneal tibial. When a tendon is stretched or pulled too far – ...

Extensor Tendonitis Treatments

The small muscles running down the front of the leg below the knee are known as the extensor muscles. The extensor hallucis longus (EHL), and the extensor digitorum longus (EDL), are the two main muscles in this group. Their tendons cross the ankle and insert into the toes. Together, the extensor muscles bring the toes ...

Metatarsal Tendonitis

Metatarsal tendonitis – or more commonly known as metatarsalgia is a common overuse injury. the term describes pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. It is often thought of as a symptom of other conditions, rather than as a specific disease. Foot injuries including metatarsalgia, are common in athletes who participate in high-impact ...

Heel Spurs

Bone spurs are small growths on the underside of the heel that can come from strain on the foot muscles and ligaments, from stretching the band of tissue that connects the heel and the ball of the foot or by repeated tearing away of the membrane that lines the heel bone. The causes of these ...

Best Remedies For Tendonitis

Tendonitis is inflammation of a tendon, the fibrous structure that connects muscle to bone. Usually, tendonitis stems from injury or overuse, and it most commonly occurs in the shoulder, wrist, heel (Achilles tendon) and elbow. The principal symptoms are pain and tenderness that are aggravated by movement of the affected area. Rest can speed recovery, ...