tendinopathy

ten·di·no·pa·thy

, tendopathy (ten'di-nop'ă-thē, ten-dop'ŏ-thē)
A general term for tendon damage involving overuse, microtears, and collagen degeneration, manifested by inflammation, pain, and weakness
See: tendinosis
See also: tendinitis

tendinopathy

, tendonopathy (ten″dĭ-nop′ă-thē) [ tendo + -pathy]
Any disease or condition that affects tendon function or structure, esp. chronic tendinitis or tendinosis.

tendinopathy

tendon degeneration and dysfunction due to synovitis associated with inflammation and vasculitis; characteristic of rheumatoid arthritis
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Tendinopathy is a common issue in competitive athletes affecting, in particular among basketball players, the patellar tendon.
Irritation of the sciatic nerve and hip flexors may occur in conjunction with hamstring tendinopathy.
A systematic review with procedural assessments and meta-analysis of low level laser therapy in lateral elbow tendinopathy (tennis elbow).
2004) Effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on patellar tendinopathy in a rabbit model.
The common injuries from running long distances include Iliotibial Back Syndrome (ITB), overuse injury of the knee, hip and ankle, including Achilles Tendinopathy and muscle cramps.
Added to the fact that her 2011 season was largely dogged by patella tendinopathy, it is all the more remarkable that she has improved her personal bests in all seven heptathlon disciplines in a memorable season.
Swimmers' shoulder pain can be related to repetitive overhead shoulder movements that may increase joint laxity and supraspinatus tendinopathy.
Because the hand is so complex, Ahearn gets to deal with a host of maladies that includes thumb pain, osteoarthritis, trigger finger, tennis elbow - lateral epicondylitis, to be precise - tendinopathy and carpal tunnel syndrome.
An injury caused due to long- term overuse is often described as tendinopathy and may take two to six months for recovery.
Achilles Tendinopathy - Painful irritation of the Achilles tendon ?