Current Treatments. Dr.
Khan et al provided an excellent summary and analysis of current treatments for tendinosis in part 4.1 of the article “Histopathology of Common Tendinopathies” in Sports Med June;27(6):393-408, 1999.  Another great list of treatments with references to research articles for their efficacy can be found in full text form at Treatment of Tendinopathy: What Works, What Does Not, and What is on the Horizon from Clin Orthop Relat Res.
Jul 2008; 466(7): 1539–1554. I've included a similar list of treatments here, with some more recent additions (I will try to keep this updated). Ideally, tendinosis treatments would focus on promoting better healing of collagen and breaking the cycle of failed healing. Unfortunately, healing from tendinosis usually requires some time no matter what treatments you try, but you can increase your odds of success with the right approach. Please note that tendinosis.org does not endorse any particular product, treatment, or website. Total Therapy Clinics and Home Visits. Our main two treatment rooms are in the Fighting Fit Gym approximately 5 minutes walk from Victoria station and are set out to cater for all of our therapies.
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