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Tendonitis Treatment

Tendonitis Treatment

An auto accident injury can be a scary experience, especially when you don′t know what to expect next. We′re here to address your questions about various types of injury treatment, so you know what to expect when you come into the office. At Sall Myers, our bilingual staff is equipped to handle many different types of accident injuries.

What are the treatment options for tendonitis?

Tendonitis is very rarely treated by surgery, and can often be remedied with more conservative measures, including:


What can I expect from tendonitis physical therapy?

To help relieve pain associated with tendonitis, you may undergo varying physical therapy treatments, including:

  • Strengthening exercises

  • Joint mobilization

  • Electric stimulation

  • Ultrasound

  • Massage therapy


What can I expect from tendonitis surgery?

If conservative measures fail to relieve your tendonitis or a secondary issue such as a bone fragment or spur is causing the problem, you may need surgery. Tendonitis surgery can be performed one of two ways: open or via arthroscopy. Arthroscopic surgery is a less invasive procedure with a smaller incision, which means you’ll be back up on your feet more quickly afterwards.


What can I expect from tendonitis recovery?

Recovery time for tendonitis depends on the location and severity of your injury, since tendonitis is inflammation of the tendon. Your injury may clear up in a few weeks, or it may take multiple months for you to return to your normal strength and function.


If you’ve been in a car accident in New Jersey and need treatment for tendonitis, please call us at 866-609-4448 or fill out our contact form.

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