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Tendinopathy in the long head of the bicep

in Email Newsletters, Shoulder injuries

Previous newsletters have reviewed the mechanism of injury, pathophysiology, rehab approach, and use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications in the treatment of tendon injuries. Physiotherapist and writer Chris Mallac recently took a deep dive looking at  the tendon of the long head of the biceps (LHB). Injuries to this tendon occur in overhead athletes, swimmers, and cross fit athletes. Be curious... MORE

NSAIDs: the magic pill for managing tendinopathy?

in Acute injuries, Email Newsletters

The natural tendency for many athletes in the acute stage of tendon injury is to manage the pain and possible swelling with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAIDs) medications. But is this the best approach? Andy Hamilton, editor of Peak Performance and frequent contributor to Sports Injury Bulletin, examines the role of NSAIDs in healing from injury here. As... MORE


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