Chiropractic Care for Tendinitis at Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness Center

Tendinitis is a condition that occurs when the connective tissue located between the muscles and bones becomes inflamed. It is mainly propagated by recurring activities, making it painful. Tendinitis is commonly experienced in the knee, elbow, hip, shoulder, and Achilles tendon. It can also sprout up when a person overstretches or injures their tendon during a sporting activity. Are you suffering from tendinitis that negatively impacts your daily activities? Don't hesitate to contact our team at Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness Center for professional chiropractic care. Our chiropractors are dedicated to helping patients find natural relief from tendinitis and prevent it from reoccurring.


Understanding Tendinitis

Tendinitis can strike at any age, but it's most susceptible to those older individuals who indulge mainly in sports. Older people are vulnerable to tendinitis because their tendons lose elasticity, hence getting weaker with age. Certain types of tendinitis are named after specific sports they're associated with, such as golfer's elbow, tennis elbow, swimmer's shoulder, and jumpers’ knee.

Symptoms of Tendinitis

In most cases, the signs and symptoms of tendinitis mainly occur around the area where a tendon is attached to the bone. These symptoms include:

  • Crackling
  • Stiffness and loss of range
  • Tenderness
  • Mild swelling
  • Inability to move the affected area
  • General illness or multiple sites of pain
  • Swelling, redness, and warmth in affected areas
  • Your symptoms don't improve within a few weeks
  • Pain in the tendon gets aggravated when you move

Causes and Risk Factors

Tendinitis is commonly caused by:

  • Abrupt injury
  • Repetition of a movement over time
  • Bad posture or walking habits
  • Some types of arthritis and related conditions like gout, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoarthritis
  • Side effects of certain medications

Tendinitis is mainly experienced by people whose hobbies or tasks involve frequent movement. Other risk factors include:

Age: Tendons are less flexible as one gets old and more vulnerable to injury.

Profession: A person whose job requires frequent movements, awkward positions, frequently reaching overhead, and forceful exertions has a higher probability of suffering from tendinitis. Even a task like painting a ceiling can aggravate tendinitis.

Sports: Sporting activities that encompass repetitive movements can cause tendinitis. They include tennis, swimming, bowling, baseball, golf, and basketball.

Certain health conditions: People who have diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis are more susceptible to sustaining tendinitis.

How Our Chiropractors Can Help

During your first consultation at Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness Center, our chiropractors provide a thorough assessment of your medical history and current health to rule out other possibilities that may be triggering your pain. After a complete diagnosis, our chiropractors will create a treatment plan made up of various non-invasive techniques to ensure optimal results. Your treatment plan may include chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises, lifestyle counseling, and other helpful techniques.

Contact Us for Tendinitis Pain Relief from Our Chiropractors in Savannah, GA

If you're experiencing tenderness or pain in your joints, we encourage you to browse our website to learn more about us and the services we offer. You can also contact our team at Crossroads Chiropractic and Wellness Center to schedule your first appointment today. Our chiropractors are dedicated to providing patients in and around the Savannah area the care they need to live healthy and pain-free lives.  Contact us to learn more about how we can help.

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