Tendonitis Treatment in Raleigh, NC
Tendinitis (or tendonitis) is inflammation or irritation of a tendon, which is an important part of the muscle that attaches to the bones of the body. Tendonitis can be acute , or chronic , and will sometimes develop after an injury. It is most often caused by repetitive actions performed during the day, which is a form of overuse.
At Wake Nonsurgical Ortho & Sports Medicine, we specialize in providing non-surgical and minimally invasive treatment options for patients suffering from tendonitis in Raleigh, Durham and Cary, NC. Our board-certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Matthew Kanaan will provide you with a comprehensive diagnosis and answer any questions you may have to help determine the best treatment option for you. If you are suffering from tendonitis and are seeking non surgical methods of treatment, please contact our office at (919) 719-2270 and schedule an appointment today!
What Can Cause Tendonitis?
There are many activities that can cause tendinitis, including: Gardening , Raking , Painting , Tennis , Golf & other Sports
Non-Surgical Tendonitis Treatment Options
Surgery is not the only option when it comes to treating Tendonitis. At Wake Sports Medicine in Raleigh , NC we offer a variety of non-surgical treatment options. We will fully evaluate the cause of the tendonitis , and suggest a comprehensive plan to help the tendon heal faster. This may include:
- Rest and guidance on limitations of activity
- Physical Therapy
- Topical medications
- Tendonitis Braces
- Ultrasound Guided Injections
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
- Natural Tendon Treatments
Schedule an Appointment for Tendonitis Treatment
Tendonitis can take you out the game but it doesn’t have to keep you out. At Wake Nonsurgical Ortho & Sports Medicine, we specialize in providing patients with nonsurgical tendonitis treatment options to help get you back to your active lifestyle as soon a possible. Don’t wait! Call our orthopedic clinic in Raleigh today at (919) 719-2270, to experience pain relief without the risk of surgery.