Clinical Information For the Treatment Of Tendinitis
What Is Tendinitis?
Tendinitis - Basics
Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon, the band of tissue that connects muscle to bones in the body. This condition usually occurs in tendons that experience a repeated motion or stress (such is the case with athletes and carpenters) or in conjunction with another condition such as gout, arthritis, or infection. Common areas affected by tendinitis include the rotator cuff, biceps, knee and the Achilles tendon. The main symptom of tendinitis is tenderness and pain around the affected joint tendon.
Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for Tendinitis.
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Formulas and Products @ Our Store Associated With Tendinitis
The Following (2)Formulas TCM Herbal Formulas May Be Useful For Tendinitis
Die Da Wan (Trauma Healing Pill)
Useful for many types of traumatic injuries, broken bones, sprains, fractures, etc. anywhere in the body. Also useful for fixed abdominal masses, ulcerations, sciatica, arthritis, pelvic inflammatory disease and angina among others.
In the case of traumatic injury the tongue and pulse may hold less clinical significance, for other conditions the Pulse may be wiry and the Tongue may be darker or show darkness in specific areas.
Jin Gu Die Da Wan (Tendon and Bone Injury Healing)
- Bruising, sprains, swelling from soft tissue injuries.
- Broken or bruised bones.
- For post surgery recovery.
- For any other type of acute trauma to the body.
- Use with caution in pregnancy.
- Not for long term use.
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