Posts Tagged ‘Tendonitis’

What To Do About Bicep Tendonitis?

Posted: 27th October 2010 by Darren in Bicep Exercises
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What is Bicep Tendonitis?  Bicep Tendonitis is a condition that affects the area between the bicep muscles, where it meets the front of the shoulder. It hardly occurs on it own and often Bicep Tendonitis is often called as bicipital tendonitis. Athletes are most common people who suffer from bicep tendonitis. It develops because of […]

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Patients with long term shoulder pain will at certain times develop a sudden worsening of this long term pain that is perceived to be without cause. Upon further investigation by a physician with the use of an MRI, it is possible to diagnose a ruptured bicep tendon near to where the initial pain was being […]