Tendon Pain

Tendons are tissues that attach muscles to bones and allow the contractions of your muscles to move your joints. They are present in the upper and lower limbs, and treatment can vary depending on the site and how they affect the individual person. The condition can sometimes be associated with swelling, and pain with movement after rest, or following repetitive movement.


Tendon problems can also be described as Tendonitis, Tendinosis, Tendinopathy, but regardless of the term, your local musculoskeletal team can help you navigate your way to recovery.


All muscles in the body have tendons that attach them to bones and each muscle will span a joint. When a muscle contracts the force is then transferred through the tendons to the bones on each side of a joint and the joint moves.

Tendons can become injured if subjected to trauma or unaccustomed load. The most frequent tendon injuries include rotator cuff muscle injuries in the shoulder, tennis and golfers elbow, patellar tendonitis and Achilles Tendinopathy.


OsteoVision have expertise in treating tendon injuries. Our team of musculoskeletal practitioners/ Physiotherapists / osteopaths can help improve range of movement, reduce inflammation and improve pain symptoms


OsteoVision works closely with a team of highly respected and specialised musculoskeletal (MSK) experts, which include pain specialists, orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, medicines review specialists, specialist MSK physiotherapists, acupuncturists, cognitive behavioural specialists as well as occupational health specialists who provide complete care across the range of MSK conditions and complexity / severity of disease. The orthopaedic surgeons and pain specialists we work with only perform interventions and surgical procedures once they are confident that all appropriate osteopathy and physiotherapy interventions have been optimised. Generally, patients benefit from physiotherapy or osteopathy after surgery to optimally mobilise the joint and strengthen their muscles.