Just a short blog to discuss recovery after tendinopathy and how it's all about appropriate loading, not too much or too little. This is a great diagram to explain just what this means ie: what is acceptable and in what time period after your effort. You still need to be patient as tendons can take some time to heal but information like this does allow you to manage a gradual return to sport in a safer way. Tendinopathy can be difficult to treat and the damage or recovery of your tendon should be assessed by a qualified physiotherapist.
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Jason is the Leichhardt Physiotherapy clinic practice principal. A graduate from Sydney Uni and practicing for over 20 years, he is passionate about sharing new discoveries.