Tendonitis Treatment In Marin That Helps Break Your Vicious Cycle Of Tendon Pain And Injury Once And For All
Are you utterly perplexed as to why your Tendonitis keeps flaring up, after doing everything you’re told to treat it?… No matter how much ice you use, how many pills you take, or how long you rest it!?”
My Program To Help You Escape What I Call The Tendonitis Triple Trap
Your treatment includes therapy for your injured tendon, of course – a lot of treatment for the muscle connected to your tendon, which is often neglected…
And something seldom if ever seen – treatment to correct the overall pattern that stresses your muscle and tendon in the first place!
# 1 – Stimulating Your Tendon Healing
Injured tendons often need help to keep the healing process GOING.
What all too often happens with tendon injuries is that the healing process slows way down, or stalls completely out.
(And tragically, almost ALL the standard treatments – including resting it / “giving it time to heal” – make this much worse, by helping to actively suppress the healing response – Cortisone shots being the worst example of this.)
Each person’s injury is unique, of course, but most troubled tendons need a lot of deep hands-on friction therapy to increase circulation, stimulate healing and release any Scar Tissue buildup.
# 2 – Releasing The Scar Tissue That’s Restricting Your Muscles
Muscles play an enormous role in tendon problems – after all, your muscles create the force that pulls on your tendons.
For long-term recovery, dealing with the tension and Scar Tissue in the muscle connected to your injured tendon is absolutely key. (Strengthening exercise should ideally come after that – NOT before.)
I use a powerful therapy called Soft Tissue Release that can release all the Scar Tissue buildup in your muscles like nothing else. And then there’s the overall pattern of weakness and tension…
# 3 – Correcting Your Compensations – The Overall Imbalance
Whether it’s Tendonitis, Tendinosis or another kind of tendon injury, I almost always find a pattern of weakness and compensation that’s overloading the painful, injured tendon.
For example, having worked with many tennis players with Tennis Elbow, I always find weaknesses in at least several shoulder muscles – Compensated for by the muscles in the forearm that cause Tennis Elbow.
Here’s the important point: NO amount of working on those forearm muscles and the tendon in question – by itself – will have any effect on the compensation pattern.
In other words, although we certainly need to treat the injured tendon and its muscle, something more is needed to correct the compensation pattern.
If you believe you’ve already had “the best therapy” on your muscles and tendons to be found here in Marin, San Francisco or anywhere else – and you still have Tendonitis – this may be what’s missing and why you’re still in pain…
And the good news is I have a solution for you: Neuromuscular Retraining.
Through this precise and gentle system of muscle testing we can help your nervous system remember how to engage the RIGHT muscles, and to stop compensating with the wrong ones…
And by doing so, we can take the pattern of strain OFF your injured muscles and tendons. That’s what it truly means to break the vicious cycle once and for all!
Here’s what some of my former Tennis Elbow sufferers have to say…