What’s Up Doc?: Tendinosis

My doctor told me I have tendinosis. How is this different than tendinitis?Tendons function to transmit the force generated by our muscles to our bones, allowing us to move. When tendons are subjected to repetitive mechanical loads they can be compromised, possibly developing small tears, degenerative changes, collagen disruption, proliferation of certain cells (for example fibroblasts), inflammation or other abnormalities. When this happens the patient will develop tenderness, pain [...]
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