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A tendon (or sinew) is a tough band of fibrous connective tissue that usually connects muscle to bone and is capable of withstanding tension. Tendons are similar to ligaments and fascia as they are both made of collagen except that ligaments join one bone to another...
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User-created article about Achilles tendon, which includes images, anatomy, and treatment.
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What is a tendon? A tendon is a structure that connects muscle to bone. ... that transmits the force of the muscle contraction to the bone is called a tendon. ...
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Healthy knees are needed for many activities and sports and getting hurt can mean some ... Tendons and Ligaments. Types of Knee Injuries. Other Conditions of ...
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Long tendons extend from the flexor muscles through the wrist and attach to the ... The tendons run along the palm side of the fingers. ...
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The tendons involved are responsible for anchoring the muscles that extend or ... reduce symptoms by resting the muscles and tendons. Left, counterforce brace. ...
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Tendons in the feet, such as the Achilles tendon, can be hurt by running, ... How to Treat Injured Tendons. How to Treat Injured Foot Arches. How to Avoid Foot ...
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What is Tendons? Meaning of Tendons medical term. What does Tendons mean? ... Larger tendons contain a thin internal septum, a few blood vessels, and ...
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Information on the Achilles tendon including injury prevention and treatment, footwear, specialists, physiology, research, and news.
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Tendonitis is a common sports injury that often occurs from overuse. Tendonitis can cause deep, nagging pain that is caused by inflammation of tendons. Treating ...
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What are rotator cuff disorders? The rotator cuff is a group of strong, ropelike fibers (tendons) and muscles in the shoulder. Rotator cuff disorders occur when ...
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Tendons are tough bands of connective tissue made up mostly of a rigid protein called collagen. Tendons firmly attach each end of a muscle to a bone. ...
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