Table Of Contents
- Get the Best Tendinopathy and Tendonitis Treatment in Malaysia
- Who Are At Greater Risk Of Getting Tendinitis?
- De Quervain’s Tendinitis Or De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
- Shoulder Tendonitis Or Tendonitis
- Elbow Tendinitis
- Hip Tendinitis
- Tendonitis Of The Knee
- Hamstring Tendonitis & Tendinopathy
- Are Steroid Injections Good For Tendonitis & Tendonopathy?
- What Is The Best treatment For Tendonitis & Tendinopathy In Malaysia?
- Stretching & Exercise For Tendinopathy & Tendonitis
Get the Best Tendinopathy and Tendonitis Treatment in Malaysia
Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC) provides focused holistic tendonitis treatment in Kuala Lumpur from two great locations to fix and repair the injured tendons and the root cause of pain; contact our main center in Bukit Damansara on 03 2093 1000 now.
Tendonitis or tendonitis are interchangeable terms that cause musculoskeletal aches and pain. The six most common sites for tendonitis are:
- The base of the thumb
- Ankle Achilles heel pain or tendonitis
Who Are At Greater Risk Of Getting Tendinitis?
Tendinitis can impact anyone at any age. It results when the muscles and tendons are under excessive stress. The list below provides a list of those who are at greater risk of developing tendonitis:
- Athletes, especially those who fail to sufficiently warmup or cooldown
- Adults over 40
- Physical occupations such as gardening, woodworking, shoveling, and painting
- Medical conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, gout, blood pressure issues, kidney disease, and diabetes
- Poor posture
- Medication, especially antibiotics
De Quervain’s Tendinitis Or De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
De Quervain’s tendinitis or De Quervain’s tenosynovitis is swelling and irritation of the thumbs tendon. It is an inflammatory tendon issue (tendonitis) that impacts the tendons of the abductor pollicis longus. De Quervain’s tendonitis or De Quervain’s tenosynovitis is one of the most common types of tendinitis. De Quervain’s tenosynovitis causes pain at the base of the thumb and along the outer edges of the wrist joint. De Quervain’s is treatable and recoverable without injections or surgery. Chiropractic Specialty Center® provides focused holistic chiropractic and physiotherapy treatments combined through :
- EWST Shockwave therapy
- High Intensity Laser Therapy
- Manual therapies by expert physiotherapists
- Specialized non-forceful chiropractic treatment of the thumb and wrist
Shoulder Tendonitis Or Tendonitis
Tendonitis of the shoulder often involves the rotator cuff, biceps, or deltoid muscles. The deltoid muscle is a cup-like muscle that surrounds the shoulder joint. Deltoid tendinitis can produce pain on the side, front, or back of the arm below the humeral head. The biceps tendinitis often has pain at the front of the shoulder joint, radiating towards the collar bone and ribs. Also, in biceps tendinitis, the pain may run down the front part of the arm towards the elbow. The rotator cuff muscles tendinitis is perhaps the most common type of tendonitis in the shoulder. The rotator cuff muscles are the main mobilizers of the shoulder joint, and they include:
- Supraspinatus muscle
- Infraspinatus muscle
- Teres minor muscle
- Subscapularis muscle
Another common location for tendinitis in the elbow: golfers and tennis players may be all too familiar with elbow tendinitis. Golfers may develop elbow pain along the inside of the elbow joint resulting in a golfer’s elbow. A golfers elbow is medically known as medial epicondylitis. Medial epicondylitis is a condition that results from injuries and inflammation of joint and soft tissues along the medial aspect of the elbow. As such, the golfer’s elbow is a type of elbow tendinitis, as is the tennis elbow.
Tennis elbow impacts the outer aspect of the elbow joint. It causes irritation and swelling of the lateral epicondyle of the elbow and the soft tissues adjacent to the lateral epicondyle. Similar to a gofer’s elbow, the tennis elbow is a form of tendonitis. Both the golfer and tennis elbow types of symptoms, including those produced by tendonitis, are treatable. CSC offers the best non-invasive tendonitis treatment. Our methods and technology will help you recover faster with lasting relief; contact us today.
The flexor muscle of the hip is the most injured hip muscle. The psoas muscle is the strongest hip flexor. A psoas injury often results in psoas tendinitis that produces pain at the front of the hip joint. Psoas strain or tendonitis is treatable and fully recoverable when an accurate diagnosis is followed with a precise and targeted treatment of the injured site; contact CSC today for more information about our hip pain treatment program in Malaysia.
Tendonitis Of The Knee
Tendonitis of the knee often involves the rectus femoris muscle. The rectus femoris is a quadriceps muscle that gives rise to the patellar tendon. Jumping and running activities are the leading cause of knee tendonitis, hence the term jumper’s knee. Jumper’s knee is tendonitis of the patellar tendon, which results from tight quadriceps or excessive physical activities that stress the quadriceps rectus femoris muscle. Chiropractic Specialty Center® in Kuala Lumpur offers non-invasive therapies and treatments for knee tendinitis and knee pain with almost a 100% success rate. Get the best knee pain treatment in Kuala Lumpur for lasting releife by contact us today on 03 2093 1000.
- Achilles Tendonitis, Achilles Heel & Achilles Pain
- The Achilles tendon is a common cause of foot pain and ankle pain. Two muscles form the Achilles tendon:
- Gastrocnemius muscle
- Soleus muscle
The gastrocnemius and soleus muscles originate at the knee joint and attach at the back of the heel bone 9calacneal) through the Achilles tendon. Achilles tendonitis (Achilles tendinitis) requires urgent attention as neglect can lead to ruptures. A fully ruptured Achilles tendon requires surgery. However, the majority of patients who had surgery from an Achilles tear never recover fully. Therefore, it is critical to get your Achilles tendinitis treated at an early stage.
Hamstring Tendonitis & Tendinopathy
Hamstring tendinopathy or hamstring tendinitis produces pain in the back of the hips or at the buttocks. The hamstrings are a collection of muscles with a single origin with differing attachment points. The hamstrings originate at the ischial tuberosity and attack either below the inner aspect of the knee( tibia) or beneath the outer part of the knee fibula), depending on its fibers. We have listed the three hamstring below:
- Biceps femoris
An acute tear of the hamstring with inadequate treatment or an overuse injury may result in leg pain caused by tendinopathy of the hamstring origin near the ischial tuberosity. Get the best tendonitis treatment in Malaysia from our spine and joint experts in Malaysia today.
Overuse injuries of the hamstring are more commonly seen, especially in sprinters. The onset of the pain is usually insidious after a sprinting session, or there may be a sudden onset of sharp pain. There is often a local tenderness on the hamstring upon palpation. Stretching of the hamstring muscle and resisted contraction of the muscle may reproduce the pain. The injured and painful site may be found near the ischial tuberosity, within the tendon, or at the musculotendinous junction.
Are Steroid Injections Good For Tendonitis & Tendonopathy?
Steroid injections are standard therapy options provided by orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, and anesthesiologists. Steroid injections are provided to reduce pain and inflammation. The thing to remember and understand is that steroids are not cures. They only subside the inflammatory reaction, and reducing inflammation may alleviate symptoms and pain.
However, steroid injections are now linked to permanent joint and soft tissue damage. Published research in the world-renowned Journal of Radiology reports bone death, soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligament, and cartilage) degenerations, and death directly resulting from steroid injections. Given this eye-opening research published on October 15, 2019, it behooves us to why doctors and surgeons still prescribe the infamous steroid injections.
What Is The Best treatment For Tendonitis & Tendinopathy In Malaysia?
Focused therapy and treatment options that repair damage within tenons through conservative measure is optimal for tendonitis or tendinopathy. Pain medication or anti-inflammatory drugs can help subside your symptoms, but you should address the actual damage for lasting relief. We recommended combined treatments from physiotherapists and chiropractors for faster recovery. Steroidal injections provide some limited pain relief. However, they can cause degenerative changes in tendons as well.
Conservative care provided by corrective chiropractors and clinical physiotherapists is the best treatment possible for tendinopathy and tendonitis in Malaysia. Chiropractic Specialty Cetner® offers the best center for tendon pain caused by tendinopathy and tendonitis in Malaysia.
Management goals for this condition include reduction of inflammation, healing of soft tissue injury and rehabilitation stretching, and strengthening. We can reduce the inflammation and improve soft tissue healing with specialized therapy equipment such as:
- Shockwave therapy
- High Intensity Laser therapy
- Ultrasound therapy
- Cryotherapy therapy
- home care instruction such as ice, rest, and customized exercises plan
Manual treatments such as deep, transverse friction, stretching, trigger point therapy to the area of palpable abnormality effectively release muscle tension.
Stretching & Exercise For Tendinopathy & Tendonitis
Significant muscle tightness and weakness of the hamstring muscles can present in chronic hamstring origin tendinopathy. Stretching and progressive strengthening of the muscle are needed to prevent the recurrence of the condition. The antagonist muscles such as the rectus femoris and psoas are shortened and tight in chronic tendinopathy cases. These muscles need to be stretched as well.
Get advanced methods of tendinitis treatment in Kuala Lumpur at Chiropractic Specialty Center® (CSC). Eliminate the root causes of tendon pain, tendonitis, and tendinopathy today at one of the two CSC locations in Kuala Lumpur:
Check out our contact page for additional locations if you live outside the Kuala Lumpur area. Chiropractic Specialty Center® is the best chiropractic center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Our clinical teams of physiotherapists and chiropractors offer the best treatment of hamstrings and tendinopathy. For more information about Chiropractic-in-Malaysia or tendinopathy, please get in touch with us at 03-2093 1000.