Suffering From Tendonitis?

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“Shoulder & Knee PainWas DistractingMe FromMyWorkouts Until I FoundAResolution. ” Signs You May Be Suffering From Tendonitis

Do you experience pain with normal everyday tasks like takingmilk out of the fridge, lifting something overhead, bending, or simply walking a distance? Having pain with movement, especially if it goes on for more than a few days, may be indicative of tendinitis. The tendons are what connect your muscles to the bones. Under normal circumstances, your tendons can handle a lot of work and force, but when they are over-worked, they become inflamed, causing you pain. Tendinitis can occur practically anywhere in the body, but is most common in the hips, knees, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. The reason for this is quite simple: poor posture over a period of time. If you are at a computer or sitting for a good part of the day, your shoulders tend to slouch forward and your back muscles weaken. (continued inside)

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