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The challenge of managing tendinopathy in competing athletes.

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Record Number 511508
ISSN 03063674
Item Type Serial Article
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Creator Name Cook, Jill L. Department of Physiotherapy, School of Primary Health Care, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Title The challenge of managing tendinopathy in competing athletes.
Published 2914
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Summary Managing tendinopathy in season is a challenge for all sports medicine practitioners. Many of the strategies employed to treat tendinopathy in a rehabilitation setting are not suitable because of the time taken to recover. Management strategies that control pain and maintain performance are required. These include load management, both reducing aggravating loads and introducing pain-relieving loads, medications and adequate monitoring to detect a deteriorating tendon. Other interventions such as intratendinous injection therapies and other direct tendon modalities can be provocative at worst and without effect at best. Research to improve the understanding of management in athletes in season is compromised by ethical considerations and access to willing participants. It is likely to remain an area where clinical advances guide future treatments. Author.
Subjects tendinitis
adrenocortical hormones
tendon
disease
pain
Sports medicine
Added Author Purdam, Craig R., Department of Physical Therapies, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Host entry British Journal of Sports Medicine Vol. 48, no. 7 (Apr. 2014), pages 506-509.
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