Tendinopathy: know the difference between Tendinitis & Tendinosis.

Tendinopatia: conoscere la differenza tra tendinite e tendinosi.

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Although Tendinitis and Tendinosis may have several symptoms in common (such as pain, decreased strength and reduced flexibility), they are two very different tendon disorders.

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How?

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Keep reading to find out!

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What’s Tendinitis

Tendinitis is the inflammation of a tendon. It happens when the tendon is suddenly overloaded, which causes micro-tears in the tendon itself.

In case of tendinitis, the main goal is to reduce the inflammation, and it can take anywhere between several days up to 6 week to heal from tendinitis..Tendinopathy, tendinosis, tendinitis, tendonitis, tendinopatia, tendinite, tendinosi, tendini, tendine Achille, stretching, health, salute, Physiotherapy, physical therapy, exercise, prevention, massage, fitness, wellness, fisioterapia, jumper’s knee

What’s Tendinosis

Tendinosis is, instead, described as a degeneration of the tendon’s collagen due to chronic overuse.

In other words, tendinosis happens when the tendon is continuously overworked and it has no time to rest and heal. This can be caused even by little yet repetitive movements, such as typing on the…

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  1. Very interesting post on the two, thank you. I learnt that tendinitis happens from an overload from exercise, whereas tendinosis happens from too many little, repetitive movements. Thank you for the interesting information.

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