Bursitis and tendinitis
|Bursitis and tendinitis||Darrell Miller||12/12/16|
December 12, 2016 06:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Bursitis and tendinitis
Do you work a labor intensive job? Always throwing or lifting heavy objects? Well if this is the case you may be more inclined to suffer from Bursitis and tendinitis, two diseases that affect the joint and ligaments. A doctor may be able to tell you if your pain is one of these conditions.
- If you have tendinitis, it is not really your tendon but a ring of tissue around the tendon where it attaches to a bone or muscle that hurts.
- For men, shoulders are the usual problem area, because they tend to do more throwing or to have jobs that require a lot of overhead lifting. Women tend to get pain in the hips, because women’s hips are set wider which puts more stress on their joints.
- The most important thing is to get into condition gradually and to ease into vigorous exercise gently.
"The most important thing is to get into condition gradually and to ease into vigorous exercise gently."