Chiropractic Specialty Center® offers the best tendonitis treatment in Malaysia. The care you get in our center is through advanced methods of corrective chiropractic combined with physiotherapy. The term tendinitis is a reference to tendon inflammation, resulting from an injury. If neglected, it can lead to degenerative changes within tendons or muscles. Before we cover renditions treatment, let’s review what tendons are and how they differ from muscles and ligaments.
Differences Between Tendon, Muscle, and Ligament
Tendons are sources of pain and decreased mobility for millions of spine and joint patients. Ligaments, tendons, and muscles are collectively known as soft tissues. Our tendinitis treatment in our center is through the combined efforts of our chiropractor and physiotherapists. The care you get from our clinical teams concentrates on tendons as much as it does on muscles, ligaments, and joints. Their clinical importance is significant. In a short while, we will go over the ten things you need about tendinitis treatment in Malaysia. However, let’s go over the differences between tendons, ligaments, and muscles.
A tendon is a sturdy, elastic fibrous band of connective tissue at each end of a muscle. Tendons connect muscles to bones. On the other hand, ligaments attach or connect bones, forming joints. Ligaments are also flexible structures, but their elasticity is not as good as a tendon’s elasticity. Of course, muscles have the highest level of flexibility. The fundamental difference between tendons and ligaments is that tendons serve to move bones or structures it attaches to, while ligaments provide stability to the two connecting bones.
Bed Rest and Tendinitis Pain Recovery as Described by our Chiro
Avoidance of painful activities is better than total bed rest. The common saying of “use-it-or-lose-it,” applies to tendons as much as it pertains to muscles. Bed rest, as recommended by so many, often led to more issues. When you rest entirely and avoid the use of muscles and tendons, they weaken. Therefore, in our center, our chiropractors do not revert to total bed rest, as it is an outdated method of pain management. Instead, we take steps to fix the root cause, so that you can return to an active life as soon as possible. Hence, call us today for best-non-invasive tendinitis treatment in Malaysia.
Difference Between Corrective Tendinitis Treatment and Passive or General Tendon Therapy options
General tendon therapy is not focused or targeted on cause or level of injury. To recovery, you need precision targeting of the injured area with corrective methods that repair the damage without injections or surgery. At our center, we use advanced methodology enriched with therapy devices that fix and repair the damage. As such, you recover faster.
Another critical difference between competing centers and us is our ability to provide you exceptional treatment by combining passive and active therapies methods for lasting relief. Passive therapies are those provided through electrotherapy, cryotherapy, or ultrasound therapy. Active treatments or therapies are condition-specific stretching, exercises, and manual treatment that improves the strength and function of the injured tissues. Passive therapies are essential at the onset of pain or injury. However, they are limited, and as such, patients recover much slower. Tendinitis treatment by our clinical teams incorporates methods of passive with active therapies for a full recovery.
Should You Consider Tendinitis Treatment Through Steroid Injections?
Tendinitis treatment through steroidal injections has failed to produce the results patients need! Moreover, steroids accelerate degenerative changes in joints and soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, and tendons). To summarize, you are better off with doing nothing rather than opting for steroidal injections. Aside from being painful, steroid injections are relatively short-lived. Some may even get more pain than relief! And, some have severe and even life-threatening complications. The injection of substances into a tendon is not effective in clinical trials. Steroidal injections can lead to additional or hidden damages that surface later. So, avoid the needle, don’t cover your problem with chemicals, and fix them. Let our chiropractors and physiotherapists help you recover with steroidal inactions.
Should you opt for aggressive or intensive stretching and exercises for your tendinitis or tendinopathy?
Stretching and exercise is a vital component in tendinitis treatment. However, you should start with mild exercises and stretching at the early stages. Aggressive exercises or excessive stretching can increase the inflammatory processes within your tendons. Before you begin any exercise or stretching program, contact one of our clinical teams for advice: exercise and stretching help when they are condition-specific and focused. Let our clinical teams guide you for a speedy recovery.
Is Massage Therapy right for Tendinitis or Tendinopathy?
Massage therapy a time-honored profession. However, most centers in Malaysia provide massage therapy through unskilled or poorly trained therapists. To benefit from massage therapy, it needs specificity and rendered through the skillful hands of a certified therapist. Massage for relaxation and massage for tendon repair and healing are quite different. Physiotherapists should only perform massage therapy for damaged tissue or tissues in need of repair. Chiropractic Specialty Center® has the best clinical teams in physiotherapy. Our clinical teams provide the best tendinitis treatment in Malaysia. We offer a combination of chiropractic with clinical physiotherapy.
If you suffer from tendinitis, it is better to avoid massage and opt for focused manual therapy programs. The physiotherapists of Chiropractic Specialty Center® provide manual therapy, myofascial release, or trigger point therapy.
Tendinopathy and Tendinitis can Lead to Tears or Ruptures
Tendinitis or tendonitis is the most common term used to describe a tendon injury that causes swelling and pain. Tendon rupture or tears can result from a sudden injury or neglected or chronic issues, such as a tendinopathy. It is common to have a tendon disorder and not feel pain. In some individuals, the tendon may swell (tendinitis), causing pain and discomfort. If the condition persists, it can lead to tears or even ruptures. Therefore, it is better to enroll in our tendinitis treatment as soon as you notice any swelling, discomfort, or pain. Corrective care rendered by our experts can help avoid ruptures. A ruptured tendon is a serious condition.
Opt for corrective care that restores the integrity of your tendons without surgery or injections.
Avid Taking shortcuts or going to Quick Fixes
Life teaches us that shortcuts are often more challenging than straightforward routes. But, in a ligament, muscle and tendon care; shortcuts, and quick fixes usually end with disastrous outcomes. In the field of spine and joint treatments, there are no shortcuts. Anyone who tells you otherwise clearly does not understand soft tissue injury or repair. Don’t listen to the inexperienced, and opt for targeted tendinitis treatment for lasting relief.
Understand the Impact of Loads and Weights Placed on Tendons, Muscles, and Ligaments.
Putting excessive loads or stressing tendons, muscles, or ligaments can lead to extreme damage and prolong your recovery. Your soft tissues (ligaments, muscles, and tendons) are like springs. In other words, they change shape and size depending on the activity or stresses placed on them. Extreme changes occur when you are jumping or changing direction during a sprint or when jogging at a fast pace. Why is this important? Well, knowing this should help you understand why you need to take it easy when injured. So, to avoid further injury, start slowly, avoid fast pace activities, and use lighter weights during your exercise programs.
What should you do if you have Tendinitis or Muscle Injury?
Take care of your body, and avoid the neglect of minor injuries. And when seeking professional care, make sure the center you visit is the best in your city. Even if you have to travel a bit, do so. Your future health and wellbeing depend on the complete recovery of all root-causes. Far too often, we get patients that have sought care from the unlearned or the inexperienced. Do your homework, find the best tendinitis treatment center in your city. If you live in Malaysia, visit a Chiropractic Specialty Center® near you. We offer the most comprehensive tendnitis treatment in Malaysia.