Neuragenex Nfpm Tendonitis Treatment To Manage Pain in Waco, Texas

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Tendonitis can cause intense and persistent pain that can be sharp, dull, achy, or throbbing and can worsen with movement or pressure on the affected area. In some cases, the pain may be accompanied by redness, warmth, or swelling in the affected area

From difficulty performing daily tasks to limiting physical activity, living with tendonitis can be a constant struggle. This is where the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management approach comes in. Instead of relying on medications, such as painkillers or corticosteroids (which can have side effects and only provide temporary relief), we use various non-opioid and drug-free solutions to reduce inflammation and provide long-term relief from pain caused by tendonitis. 

Neuragenex NFPM protocol has also been shown to be a safe and effective alternative to surgery. The following are some challenges caused by tendonitis and how the Neuragenex NFPM protocol has shown to have helped:

  • Debilitating pain that interferes with daily activities
  • Limited range of motion and functionality
  • Sleep disturbances due to nighttime pain
  • Increased stress and reduced ability to participate in social activities
  • Decrease in overall well-being
  • Improved sleep, and comfort during daily activities
  • Restored strength and flexibility
  • Reduced pain, swelling, and inflammation
  • Restored full range of motion and functionality
  • Improved overall quality of life

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How Does Tendonitis Causes Pain?

Tendonitis, also known as tendinitis, is the inflammation or irritation of a tendon – the thick band of tissue that connects muscle to bone. Tendons play a crucial role in the body’s movement by transmitting the force generated by muscles to bones. They are found throughout the body and are responsible for facilitating everyday activities such as walking, lifting, and grasping.

Tendonitis occurs when a tendon becomes overused, injured, or strained, leading to inflammation and pain in the affected area. Sometimes, the tendon may also develop tiny tears, causing further discomfort and limited mobility.

Common Body Areas Prone To Develop Tendonitis

Tendonitis can occur in various parts of the body, but some areas are more prone to develop this condition due to repetitive movements or overuse. These include:

  • Hand and wrist: Because we use our hands and wrists so much in daily activities, these areas are also prone to developing tendonitis.

    • De Quervain’s tenosynovitis: This is a common form of hand and wrist tendonitis that affects the tendons on the thumb side of the wrist. It’s often caused by repetitive hand and wrist movements, such as using a computer mouse or typing.
    • Extensor tendonitis (dorsal tendonitis): Extensor tendonitis is another type that affects the tendons on the back of the hand and wrist, often caused by repetitive activities such as typing or playing musical instruments.
    • Trigger finger: Trigger finger is caused by inflammation in the tendons of the fingers, making it difficult for them to bend or straighten smoothly. This can occur on any finger but is most common on the middle or ring fingers. It’s often caused by repetitive gripping or grasping activities.
  • Shoulder: Shoulder tendonitis is caused by repetitive overhead movements or lifting heavy objects and can cause pain and limited range of motion. Two common types of shoulder tendonitis are:

    • Rotator cuff tendonitis: This condition affects the tendons that connect the muscles around the shoulder joint, causing pain and stiffness in the shoulder. It’s caused by repetitive overhead movements, particularly in sports like baseball or tennis.
    • Bicep tendonitis: Bicep tendonitis occurs when the tendons that attach to the bicep muscle become inflamed, leading to discomfort and weakness in the arm. It’s caused by repetitive and strenuous arm movements, such as lifting weights or playing sports.
  • Knee: The knees are often affected by tendonitis due to the amount of pressure and stress they endure during physical activity. Some types of knee tendonitis include:

    • Patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee): This condition affects the patellar tendon (which is the tendon that connects the shinbone to the kneecap). It’s often caused by repetitive jumping or running, leading to pain and inflammation in the area.
    • Iliotibial band syndrome: IT band syndrome occurs when the iliotibial band (which is a band of tissue that runs along the outside of the thigh) becomes inflamed. It often occurs in runners or cyclists, due to repetitive leg movements.
  • Hip: The hip is another area prone to developing tendonitis. This is because the tendons in the hip area are responsible for supporting the upper body’s weight and can become overused or strained. Hip tendonitis is typically caused by overuse or injury, leading to pain and limited mobility.
  • Foot and ankle: Like the hand and the wrist, the foot and ankle are also used frequently in everyday activities, making them susceptible to tendonitis. Some types of foot and ankle tendonitis include:

    • Achilles tendonitis: This condition affects the Achilles tendon (the tendon that connects the heel bone to the calf muscles). It’s often caused by overuse or repetitive strain, particularly in sports like running or jumping.
    • Posterior tibial tendonitis: This type of tendonitis affects the posterior tibial tendon (the tendon that runs along the inside of the ankle and foot). It’s often caused by overuse or injury, leading to pain and discomfort in the arch of the foot.


The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol For Managing Tendonitis Pain

The protocol involves the use of the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management approach, which means we treat the underlying neurological factors contributing to tendonitis pain. The whole-person treatment plan involves the following drug-free, non-opioid, non-surgical, non-invasive, and non-chiropractic treatment modalities:


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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

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