How Long Does Tendonitis Last?


The length of time that tendinitis will last will depend on the severity of it. If the case is a severe one, it can cause permanent damage and surgical repair may be needed. If it is a minor case. it can usually be treated with rest and medication and will clear up in a week or so.
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Tendinitis Treatment
Treatment options for tendinitis seek to reduce pain and inflammation in the tendon. Some basic home remedies include: resting or elevating the tendon, as advised by your doctor, applying cold or heat, taking medications, such. . . More »
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The length of time that tendinitis lasts varies per individual. In the majority of people it will last a few months and can cause debilitating pain. Causes of tendinitis are muscle imbalance as well as being overweight.
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