Tendinopathy

How diet, Type II diabetes and obesity compromise tendon healing

Ross Hauser, MD., Danielle Matias, PA-C., Marion Hauser, MS, RD In this article we will examine the research surrounding the problems of a broken tendon healing cycle caused by problems of diabetes and obesity. If you are having concerns about your diabetes and obesity hindering your healing ability, you can […]

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Fluoroquinolone-induced ligament and tendon injuries

Ross Hauser, MD Fluoroquinolones, antibiotics prescribed for acute bacterial infections have been associated with  potentially permanent side effects involving damage to tendons, muscles, ligaments and nerves. There are many different causes or tendinopathy or tendon injury or ligamentosis or ligament injury. One of the causes that isn’t as well known […]

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Peroneal tendon tear and peroneal tendonitis: Surgery and treatment options

Ross A. Hauser, MD, Danielle R. Steilen-Matias, MMS, PA-C Peroneal tendon injury If you are reading this article, it is likely that you have become an expert in peroneal tendon injury. You have a chronic back of the ankle pain with swelling that makes running or even walking challenging. You […]

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Tendinitis and Tendinosis treatments – Injections for Chronic Tendinopathy

Ross Hauser, MD , Danielle R. Steilen-Matias, MMS, PA-C Tendinitis and Tendinosis treatments – Injections for Chronic Tendinopathy You went to your follow up visit with your orthopedist. You were told that you have Tendinopathy or “Tendon problems.” This came as no surprise to you. You know something is wrong. […]

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Knee Tendinopathy, Tendinosis,Tendonitis

Ross Hauser, MD Tendonitis is a frequent diagnosis in sports medicine that has traditionally been viewed as a tendon injury resulting from repetitive mechanical load, with a subsequent inflammatory response. When the tendon is injured, it tears, inflames, and eventually degenerates because of excess pressure due to underlying joint instability. […]

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