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Tratamientos de Tendinosis

Las aproximaciones del tratamiento al tendinosis incluyen tomar la medicación del alivio del dolor y la fabricación de forma de vida cambia por ejemplo ajustar postura al sentar o fortaleciendo las juntas con ejercicio.

Hay otras aproximaciones a manejar esta condición y difieren dependiendo de la severidad de síntomas y que el tendón es afectado.

La gente de algunas dimensiones puede tomar si ella hace que el tendinosis incluya:

  • Parando cualquier actividad ha causado la condición tal como pulsar o jugar un deporte. Esto debe prevenir daño y la inflamación adicionales.
  • Descansar el tendón afectado para reducir la inflamación.
  • Aplicando una cierta forma del apoyo tal como una tablilla, una riostra o un vendaje para ayudar a reducir el movimiento.
  • Visitando a un fisioterapeuta, que utiliza técnicas para relevar dolor y para ayudar a la función del recobro de la gente del área afectada. Algunas de estas técnicas incluyen ejercicios, masaje, los laseres y ultrasonido.
  • Aplicando las bolsas de hielo para causar la constricción del buque y para prevenir el neovascularisation o la formación anormal del vaso sanguíneo en los tendones afectados.
  • Tomar suplementos dietéticos tales como aminoácidos se ha denunciado para perfeccionar síntomas, aunque ningunas pruebas con todo existan para soportar esto.
  • Tomar medicaciones antiinflamatorias tales como ibuprofen, diclofenac o aceclofenac.

Generalmente, el tendinosis perfecciona en un cierto plazo y la cirugía no se requiere, sino que en algunos casos severos la cirugía se considera como opción.

  • Los corticosteroides se pueden inyectar en los espacios comunes para reducir la inflamación. Estas inyecciones pueden relevar dolor pero pueden causar efectos secundarios tales como reducción de la piel.

Total, el tratamiento del tendinosis apunta:

  • Reduzca el dolor
  • Aumente el alcance del movimiento y de la fuerza
  • Habilite el retrono a las actividades diarias normales sin dolor
  • Prevenga el daño adicional
  • Prevenga la repetición



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Last Updated: Feb 27, 2019

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  1. Kathryn Hendrikson Kathryn Hendrikson United States says:

    In your article, you are mixing tendinitis with tendinosis. Tendinitis is when you have an area that is inflamed due to an acute injury, such as getting into a car accident or twisting your ankle. Your ankle will get bigger because the muscles are protecting the tendon that has just been torn. Tendinosis is a degeneration of a tendon's collagen in response to chronic overuse. You are saying above to treat tendinosis the same way that you would treat tendinitis, which is something totally different. There is no inflammation where there is tendinosis. The tendons are degenerating, getting weaker and smaller. It takes up to 2 weeks to heal from a sprained ankle, tendinitis, where it can take 6-12 weeks to heal properly from a tendinosis injury. Ice and ibuprofen are not the answer to healing from tendinosis because there is nothing that needs to be un-inflamed. I got my information from the same sites you did and I also talked to some physical therapists and doctors and I'm a music student as an undergrad. I have been told time after time that I had tendinitis when I really had tendinosis. Why would you need to take an anti-inflammatory if nothing is inflamed? Yes, it may kill the pain for the time being, but it's not going to un-inflame what is not inflamed to begin with.

    • Melinda Jones Melinda Jones United States says:

      Kathryn, a sprain is a ligament tear not a tendon tear, and sprains can take significantly longer than 2 weeks to fully heal. The swelling of a sprain is not the "muscles getting bigger to protect the tendon" but increased bloodflow and lymph  at the injured area to promote healing. But you are right about tendinosis vs tendinitis. Ecxcept that ice has been shown to improve tendinosis because it resticts the associated formation of abnormal blood vessels.

  2. Steve Gom Yi Steve Gom Yi United States says:

    I am a personal trainer and an avid weight lifter. I am suffering from tendinosis, and like many others, i was told that it was tendinitis at first. I sought a second opinion from a sports medicine doctor that was well-informed in this matter (since he deals with athletes and sports medicine is what he specializes in). The doctor who gave me my initial diagnosis told me that i should ice and rest my elbow in order to treat it. It seemed like the pain would go away but as soon as i tried to slowly make my way back to training, it would feel worst than before. my sports med doctor told me NOT to ice and that one of the most effective ways of treating tendinosis is through training. Being a personal trainer, i drew out a program that fit what my doctor had told me. 3 weeks in, my elbow was feeling much much better and I was able to ease my way back to what my training regiments were before. Tendinosis is very common among people who weight lift, and it is misconceived that rest is the best way to treat this when all it does is irritate it. Proper training and nutrition is the way to go. NSAID's irritate tendinosis as well. I'm not saying I'm a medical specialist, but being a trainer who absolutely cares about the well-being of my body, I would not do anything that would harm my body. again, icing and resting actually irritates tendinosis and the best method of treatment is PROPER training and exercise.

  3. Steve Gom Yi Steve Gom Yi United States says:

    Also, in most cases, surgery doesn't benefit tendinosis patients.

    • Mike Miller Mike Miller United States says:


      What kind of training exercises did you do? I am struggling with tendinosis of my elbow as well.  Please help.

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